Venezuela President Maduro casts unusual vote, decries 'terrorism'
Accompanied by close advisors and state media, Maduro voted at 6:05 a.m. local time, far earlier and less publicly than in previous elections.
Candidate killed as violence erupts in controversial Venezuela election
39-year-old lawyer Jose Felix Pineda, was killed from multiple shots fired by assailants who broke into his home overnight, prosecutors said.
What is happening in Venezuela: the story so far in brief
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's determination to hold a vote Sunday to elect a new body for reforming the Constitution has triggered deadly protests.
Air France suspends Venezuela flights ahead of vote
Air France's announcement on Saturday comes ahead of a controversial weekend election called by President Nicolas Maduro that has provoked deadly violence and international criticism.
Facing life or death, pregnant Venezuelans flee to Colombia amid crisis
Amid the South American country's turbulent political and economic crisis, infant mortality reached 30.12 percent in 2016, with nearly 11,500 deaths of children between zero and one year old.
Anti- government protesters block Caracas streets in showdown with Venezuela President Maduro
The opposition called the demonstrations in defiance of a government ban on rallies ahead of Sunday's vote to choose a "Constituent Assembly" to rewrite Venezuela's constitution.
Showdown looms in crisis-hit Venezuela
The opposition has called fresh nationwide demonstrations in defiance of a new government ban on rallies ahead of Sunday's controversial vote to elect a body to rewrite the constitution.
UN raises doubts over legitimacy of Venezuela weekend vote
The weekend vote in Venezuela was for electing a body to rewrite the constitution without forcing anyone to participate.
Venezuela opposition calls for massive march before vote
Thousands are gathering in the Venezuelan capital for a march toward the nation's Supreme Court in an escalating push to stop Nicolas Maduro from proceeding with his plans to rewrite the constitution.
Venezuela President urges court to review ruling that muzzled congress
The announcement came just hours before the opposition hoped to mount big protests against the socialist government
Cash-strapped Venezuela negotiating Russian help for PDVSA debt payments: Sources
Venezuela's leftist government has grown increasingly close to Russia's Vladimir Putin.
Venezuela rejects coup accusations, calls critics imperialists
International condemnation poured in after the high court's decision, which effectively dissolved the legislature and tightened socialist President Nicolas Maduro's grip on power.
Venezuela plunged into turmoil as top court muzzles congress
President Nicolas Maduro and his allies tightened their grip in Venezuela today as the Supreme Court seized legislative powers from the opposition-majority National Assembly.
Venezuela Supreme Court grants itself legislative powers
Supreme Court took over legislative powers today, after ruling the opposition-majority National Assembly was in contempt of court in an ongoing power struggle with leftist President Nicolas Maduro.
A child's scraped knee turns scary in crisis-hit Venezuela
If Venezuela has become dangerous for the healthy, it is now deadly for those who fall ill.
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