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Hundreds of people gathered at the La Carlota air base in the capital Caracas waiting to board the hot air balloons.
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Intense rain and landslides have killed at least seven people in the coastal states of Anzoategui in eastern Venezua. Officials say nearly 80 people have died in the country in recent weeks due to heavy rains.
Watch: Venezuelan migrants repelled by rubber bullets at US border
A hundred Venezuelan migrants protesting on Mexico's northern border were repelled by rubber bullets fired by border patrol agents from the United States.
Rescue workers search for Venezuela landslide survivors
Rescue workers look for victims after a devastating landslide swept through the Venezuelan town of Las Tejerias.
Venezuela landslide death toll rises to 34
The landslide, which was triggered by flooding after heavy rains caused streams to overflow, also buried more than 300 homes.
Heavy rains damage homes in several regions of Venezuela
Eight Venezuelan states have been affected by heavy rains for two consecutive days, resulting in hundreds of damaged homes.
112-year-old Venezuelan named 'world's oldest man'
Juan Vincente Mora is the world's oldest man at 112. He has 41 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren and 12 great-great-grandchildren.
Venezuelan Catholic worshippers attend Nazarene of San Pablo procession
Hundreds of Catholic parishioners attend the traditional procession of the Nazarene of San Pablo during Holy Week in Caracas.
600 portraits show another face of a violent Caracas shantytown
Some 600 black-and-white portraits of residents in the San Blas sector of the immense Petare shantytown complex in Caracas, Venezuela, which has a reputation for hyper-violence, are exhibited with the aim of showing another face to the violence that characterises the area.
Mural of Putin and Chávez shows Venezuelans' support for the Russian president
A smiling Vladimir Putin next to the deceased Hugo Chávez and a 'Z' for 'victory' are painted in a Caracas neighbourhood by left-wing collectives who support Russia.
Long queues for petrol in Cuba
In Cuba, dozen of cars queue for hours to refuel with gasoline as the country's main supplier, Venezuela, has recently reduced its oil production.
Venezuelans participate in bird count in Caracas
Venezuelans gathered on Sunday at a park in Caracas to record bird observations as part of an ongoing effort by the conservation group Venezuela Audubon Society.
Venezuelan children return to traditional game
Children raced in handmade carts on the streets of Caracas on Saturday as part of a revival of a tradition of speed dating back decades.
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Venezuelan indigenous facing difficult conditions
Guyana is home to an estimated 24,500 refugees and migrants from Venezuela, including some 2,500 indigenous Warao. Some have settled in hard-to-reach areas near the Venezuelan border and others in or around the towns of Mabaruma and Port Kaituma.
Venezuela wins Guinness record for world's largest orchestra
"If you break a string, don't stop. If you lose the score, go on by heart, but don't stop," conductor Andrés David Ascanio said before the performance.
Venezuela pursues world's largest orchestra record
Hundreds of violins, violas and double basses sounded at Venezuela's military academy on Saturday, then woodwinds, brass and percussion gradually joined in — thousands of musicians, mostly children and adolescents, with one goal: setting the record as the world's largest orchestra.