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US calls for international action on Venezuela's 'tragic situation'

A senior US official has accused Venezuela of trampling on "democracy" as she urged further action to redress an explosive political crisis. But Caracas has said US proposals for mediation were..
Deutsche Welle

US envoy urges global action on worsening Venezuela crisis

US Ambassador Nikki Haley today urged the international community to take action to deal with the worsening crisis in Venezuela where she said "people are starving while their government tramples their..

Venezuelan On Daily Life Amid Protests: 'We Need To Be Here To Fight'

Venezuela is in its third month of protests against the government of Nicolás Maduro. It's also been suffering from shortages in food, medical supplies and basic goods like toilet paper and shampoo...

Venezuela's 'tiger' foreign minister Rodriguez quits

Historian and deputy foreign minister Samuel Moncada will replace her, President Nicolas Maduro said, announcing the diplomatic shake-up in a speech on state TV.
DNA Also reported by •Reuters India

A daily conundrum in convulsed Venezuela: will my kids make it to school?

CARACAS (Reuters) - With anti-government protesters blocking avenues and highways across Venezuela several times a week, many parents spend their evenings asking the same question - will my kids make..
Reuters India Also reported by •DNA

'You want war?' Venezuela spars with rivals at OAS meeting

CANCUN, Mexico (Reuters) - Governments from across the Americas chastised Venezuela's socialist leadership on Tuesday for its handling of a political and economic crisis, prompting the OPEC nation's..
Reuters India Also reported by •DNA

Venezuelan opposition lawmakers protest at military base

Venezuela opposition lawmakers placed pretend coffins and body bags at gates of the National Guard headquarters on Tuesday in protest after the latest fatality in anti-government unrest that has killed..
DNA Also reported by •Reuters India

Venezuelan crisis takes center stage at OAS meeting in Mexico

Governments from across the Americas on Tuesday chastised Venezuela's socialist leadership for its handling of a political and economic crisis, prompting the OPEC nation's foreign minister to brand the..
DNA Also reported by •Reuters India

From paintings to flash protests, Venezuelan artists raise voices

CARACAS (Reuters) - Deploying poems, paintings and posters, opposition-minded artists in Venezuela are expanding their anti-government protests, offering a peaceful alternative to the violent political..
Reuters India Also reported by •DNA

Ministers at OAS meeting fail to agree on Venezuela resolution

CANCUN, Mexico (Reuters) - Foreign ministers from across the Americas failed to reach an agreement on Monday on a resolution criticizing Venezuela's government, Guatemalan Foreign Minister Carlos..
Reuters India Also reported by •DNA

Another youth killed as Venezuela protesters flex muscle in street clashes

CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuelan opposition activists battled security forces in Caracas on Monday at one of the largest demonstrations in recent weeks, aiming to dispel doubts about the movement's..
Reuters India Also reported by •DNA

Mexico pushes OAS for pact to preserve democracy in Venezuela

Mexico, the United States and Canada on Monday lobbied countries from across the Americas to adopt a watered-down resolution criticizing Venezuela's government after seeing resistance from some of the..

In the dock: Mexican visitor to sail into India after 15 years

She is the only survivor from a quartet of sister ships built by the Naval Shipyards of Bilbao, Spain, in 1982. For 35 years, cadets of the Mexican Navy have set sail, aboard her, around the world in..

Brazil bans tear gas exports to Venezuela due to violence -sources

Brazil's government has halted exports of tear gas for use in Venezuela due to violent repression of protests there, two sources familiar with the decision said on Monday, a move that added to the..

Venezuela soldiers guard Chavez symbols in seething heartland

In the dozy agricultural town of Hugo Chavez's birth, soldiers guard an immense statue of the former Venezuelan leader while nearby opposition activists dream of pulling it down.

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