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.
A shopping centre in the Venezuelan city of Maracaibo was looted on Monday (March 11) night as parts of Venezuela continue to be affected by a blackout.
A Venezuelan Journalist disappeared on Monday evening after failing to show up for work, with a public outcry on social media calling for his release.
The Cube traced the steps of what occurred that evening, while activists are calling for demonstrations.
Medical NGO “Doctors for Health” reports that at least 17 hospital patients have died as a direct result of the blackouts.
Tension is mounting in the Venezuelan capital Caracas amid calls by the rival political camps for protests.
Blackouts caused by power cuts closed schools and workplaces in Venezuela.
German ambassador to Venezuela, Daniel Kriener, has been expelled and given 48 hours to leave the country.
Dogs and cats compete in a costume contest to choose a ‘King’ and ‘Queen’ of Carnival.
Guaido is risking arrest with his return after he ignored a court-imposed travel ban and toured Latin American countries to boost support for his campaign to oust Maduro.
Venezuela's Guaido begins journey home from Ecuador
Russia, China veto US push for UN action on Venezuela
Venezuelan pets are abandoned because owners can't feed them, but animal rescue groups are trying to help.
The United States has denied Russian accusations of planning military intervention in Venezuela, despite President Trump saying that "all options were still on the table."
UN Security Council holds emergency meeting on Venezuela crisis
Colombian currency now being used
The self-proclaimed president of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó will meet with the US-Vice President in Colombia on Monday to discuss a way to ensure humanitarian aid enters the country.
Two people have died and several more injured after villagers were fired on when they tried to stop a military convoy heading towards the Brazilian crossing.
Two rival concerts were planned on Friday on either side of a bridge linking Venezuela and Colombia.
Maduro says there's no humanitarian disaster. Guaido marches on.
Maduro will close Venezuela's border with Brazil, considering closing Colombian border
See how Euronews correspondent Anelise Borges answered viewers' questions on Venezuela in her Facebook Q&A
Euronews correspondent Anelise Borges speaks to doctors and patients in a Venezuela hospital, and sees first hand the level of the crisis.
Euronews sat down with 7-year-old Josmeli at an affordable housing complex built by Nicolas Maduro’s administration.
She told Euronews the situation in Caracas is“very bad” because “some are fighting to enter the country and destroy it.”
Venezuela's Juan Guaidó speaks to Euronews' Anelise Borges about humanitarian aid, the military, diplomacy, Nicolas Maduro and the future of his country in the Global Conversation.