Nicolas Maduro, has been unable to manage a crisis which, for ordinary citizens, has led to shortages food and medicine. But he is likely to be returned as president.
World Health Organisation reports massive rise in mosquito borne disease as Venezuela's anti-malaria campaigns fail.
Venezuelan photographer Ronaldo Schemidt was covering the anti-government protests in his home country when a motorcycle's petrol tank exploded and a protester next to him caught fire.
Some 68 people died in a riot and fire in police station cells in Venezuela.
Rationed flour and shortages mean hosts in short supply for the faithful, so Colombia has donated 250,000 unleavened discs for the ceremonies across the country.
In this Aid Zone Euronews' Monica Pinna travels to the Colombia city of Cúcuta to see the humanitarian crisis unfolding on the country's border with Venezuela.
Riot leads to tragedy as blaze kills prisoners.
In a special report Euronews' Monica Pinna travels to the Colombia border to witness the mass exodus of Venezuelan migrants.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has announced that the country's bank notes will be re-issued but with three less zeros. The move is the result of a economic crisis that has seen the bolivar plummet against other currencies.
All kinds of people turn up at the border with one thing in common - desperation.
Luisa Ortega, was dismissed from office last year after she denounced constitutional reforms promoted by President Nicolas Maduro as a breach of democracy.
Venezuelan president hopes to take advantage of opposition disarray
Restrictions including travel bans and asset freezes have been issued as the country’s political and economic situation continues to crumble.
Fate of Oscar Perez is unclear as several 'terrorists' are killed in assault
Oscar Perez took to social media to say he was being attaked in an operation which the government said killed five members of a terrorist cell.
Shops and homes are looted for a second night as people struggle to buy food
One major supermarket in the Venezuelan capital didn't open for hours. When it finally did, only crackers and washing liquid were discounted, just as millions cannot eat three proper meals a day.
Traditionally, Venezuelans cook a pork roast instead of turkey for Christmas, so when President Nicolas Maduro's promise of subsidised pork failed to materialise, frustration boiled over into what some have dubbed the “pork revolution."
The Brazilian foreign ministry say Gerardo Antonio Delgado Maldonado will have to leave the country and that the decision was a "swift measure".
The two nephews of Venezuela's first lady, Cilia Flores, have been sentenced to 18 years in prison in the US following their convictions on drug conspiracy charges.
The European Parliament has awarded the Sakharov prize for human rights to members of Venezuela's democratic opposition.
Hyperinflation has pushed everyday Venezuelans to “bitcoin mining”, which operates underground.
Municipal elections have been won by the governing Socialists, but an opposition boycott meant our reporter saw few people voting in the capital.
Venezuela's president says opposition boycott of mayoral elections disqualifies them from next year's presidential vote
Euronews obtains rare interviews by voices of the opposition in Venezuela.
Venezuela is creating a bitcoin rival, the "Petro", to get around the handicaps of what President Maduro calls America's "financial blockade" of the country.