Thousands of Venezuelans rushed to Peru's northern border on Friday in hopes of entering the Andean country before the imposition of strict immigration requirements at midnight.
Venezuela's Instagram priest Luis Antonio Salazar not only delivers fun explanations about the Gospel on social media, but he's also declared himself against Maduro's government.
Thousands of Venezuelans cross reopened Columbian border as international mediation makes little progress
Venezuela's economy has imploded and there are widespead shortages of food and medicine and there are also high levels of violent crime.
Angry Venezuelans wait hours for fuel as shortages worsen
Venezuela’s opposition leader Juan Guaidó insists he has the backing of most of the military as he ramps up his campaign to unseat President Nicolas Maduro.
Another Venezuelan opposition lawmaker has sought refuge in an embassy to avoid arrest after the assembly's vice president was taken on Wednesday by intelligence agents.
Euronews spoke to an analyst of non-verbal communication to get an insight into what Venezuela's Juan Guaido really thinks.
Amidst emotion, fear and confusion — and a mistrust of the media — Venezuelans turned to their WhatsApp groups in search of more clarity about this week's uprising.
After a call to an uprising, disobeying orders to not leave the country, and proclaiming himself Venezuela's interim president, why hasn't Nicolas Maduro ordered the arrest of Juan Guaido?
Venezuelan opposition figure Leopoldo Lopez told reporters he met with senior military officials during his house arrest.
For €8.28 you can buy toilet paper with Nicolas Maduro's face on it.
Maduro tweets photos marching with the armed foces, claiming victory after anti-government protests and violence.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has claimed victory in a TV address to the nation and said his rival Juan Guaido failed. Guaido insists Maduro has lost control of the military and asked the people to keep on protesting after thousands came onto the streets on May day.
Venezuelan National Assembly chief Juan Guaido renewed calls for his supporters to protest on Wednesday for what he pledged would be the “largest march” in the country’s history.
Maduro and Guaido hold rival rallies in Venezuela
People living in Petare - one of the poorest neighbourhoods of the capital of Venezuela, came together on Friday (April 19) to watch a re-enactment of the Passion of Christ.
The power struggle in Venezuela is hampering international assistance to the crisis-struck South American nation
The Waraira Repano National Park in the Venezuelan capital has become the provider of drinking water for the people of Caracas. For many years the park was a recreational space for the inhabitants of the city. Nowadays it has been transformed into a public bathroom.
After weeks of power cuts and limited access to water, tens of thousands of Venezuelans took to the streets on Saturday to back opposition leader Juan Guaido and protest against President Nicolas Maduro.
Thousands of Venezuelans are taking to the border river with Colombia to escape shortages, crime and a flailing economy back home.
Venezuela's chief prosecutor's office has opened an investigation of Guaido, into alleged links to "incidents of violence"
Venezuelans took to the streets of the capital on Sunday (March 31) to fill up water buckets, amidst failing infrastructure in the OPEC nation's capital.
The self-proclaimed president Juan Guaidó vows to continue his campaign to oust President Maduro as Maduro has banned him from holding public office for 15 years.
Venezuela has barred opposition leader Juan Guaido from holding public office for 15 years.
Inhabitants of San Diego, Venezuela, woke up to an unpleasant surprise on Wednesday: after seven days of power outages, the supply was restored but their tap water was black and thick, like oil.