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Venezuela Supreme Court judges hit with U.S. sanctions

Venezuela`s latest wave of anti-government unrest has left at least 45 people dead in the last six weeks.
Zee News Also reported by •DNA

U.S. slaps sanctions on Venezuela Supreme Court judges

The Trump administration imposed sanctions on the chief judge and seven other members of Venezuela's Supreme Court on Thursday as punishment for seizing powers from the opposition-led Congress earlier..
DNA

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News video: 'Get your dirty hands out of here,' Venezuela's Maduro tells Trump

'Get your dirty hands out of here,' Venezuela's Maduro tells Trump 00:58

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has lashed out at Donald Trump, telling him to get his ‘dirty hands’ out of the country. It comes after a fresh round of US sanctions and strong condemnation..
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News video: ‘Get your dirty hands out of here,’ Venezuela’s Maduro tells Trump

‘Get your dirty hands out of here,’ Venezuela’s Maduro tells Trump 00:58

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has lashed out at Donald Trump, telling him to get his ‘dirty hands’ out of the country. It comes after a fresh round of US sanctions and strong condemnation of..
Source: Euronews English -

News video: Why Is Venezuela Furious With Trump?

Why Is Venezuela Furious With Trump? 00:38

On Friday Venezuela's leftist government protested against U.S. President Donald Trump and the new round of U.S. sanctions being imposed on the chief judge and seven other members of Venezuela's..
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News video: U.S. Imposes Sanctions Against Venezuelan Supreme Court

U.S. Imposes Sanctions Against Venezuelan Supreme Court 00:20

CBS4's Eliott Rodriguez Reports
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News video: US Imposes Sanctions On Eight Venezuela Supreme Court Justices As Violence Continues

US Imposes Sanctions On Eight Venezuela Supreme Court Justices As Violence Continues 00:55

The US Treasury department announced on May 19 new sanctions on Venezuelan officials for alleged human rights abuses. The news comes as the month-long protests and deadly clashes continued against..
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Venezuela court drops bid to strip congress of power

Venezuela's Supreme Court today abandoned measures to seize power from the opposition-controlled legislature after the moves drew international condemnation and raised pressure on President Nicolas..
Zee News

Venezuela leader urges court to review ruling on congress

President Nicolas Maduro urged Venezuela's Supreme Court early today to review a decision stripping congress of its last powers, a ruling that set off a storm of criticism from the opposition and..
DNA

UN urges Venezuela court to reverse Congress annulment

The top United Nations human rights official called on Venezuela's Supreme Court on Friday to reconsider its decision to take over legislative powers and urged President Nicolas Maduro's government to..
DNA

Venezuela opposition cries foul after court takeover of Congress

Venezuela's Supreme Court today assumed the legislature's role, leaving the opposition leaders unhappy.
India Today

Venezuela top court assumes congress role, foes decry 'dictatorship'

Venezuela's Supreme Court said it would take over the opposition-led Congress's role because the legislature is in "contempt," sparking accusations that President Nicolas Maduro's administration is..
DNA Also reported by •Reuters India

Venezuela Supreme Court grants itself legislative powers

Venezuela's 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..
DNA

Venezuela Supreme Court upholds sentence for opposition leader

Venezuela's Supreme Court has upheld opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez's nearly 14-year prison sentence, a day after US President Donald Trump called for his release.
DNA

Venezuela’s top court bans media’s publishing videos of lynchings | Reuters

CARACAS - Venezuela's Supreme Court on Wednesday banned media from publishing videos of lynchings, saying they create "anxiety and uncertainty" in a country ravaged by violent crime and an economic..
Firstpost Also reported by •Reuters India

Venezuela court rejects bill to cut president's term

Venezuela's Supreme Court has rejected a proposed constitutional amendment to cut President Nicolas Maduro's term from six to four years.The court ruled that the amendment could not be applied..
All India Radio


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