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.
Blackouts caused by power cuts closed schools and workplaces in Venezuela.
Dogs and cats compete in a costume contest to choose a ‘King’ and ‘Queen’ of Carnival.
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.”
Juan Guaido give ultimatum to army to release supplies
The arrival of a Russian passenger jet in Caracas earlier this week has set off an avalanche of theories and rumours on Venezuelan social media.
Euronews looks into the background of Venezuela's self-proclaimed interim president
Venezuela is holding two days of nationwide armed forces exercises and has called on civilians to join reserve units to defend against a possible attack by the US.
Soaring inflation, food and medicine shortages - Venezuelan's face a daily struggle to provide for their families
Two prominent leaders of the Venezuelan opposition serving house arrests have been taken from their homes by the state intelligance services
EU slams 'excessive' use of force in Venezuela
Police use tear gas on anti government demonstrators in Venezuela's capital Caracas as low election turnout for President Maduro's 'super assembly' threaten's to undermine the administrations legitimacy.
General strike in Venezuela as protesters ask President Nicolás Maduro to cancel planned elections for a new constituent assembly.
Veneuzelan Opposition begin fourth month of anti-government protests and will hold own vote on Maduro's plan to rewrite constitution
Violence erupted as protesters shouted and climbed the bars of the base
Footage reportedly shows clashes in the capital that resulted in the death of a 66th person.
Chaos continues in Venezuela
As Venezuela struggles to manage an ever-worsening economic and political crisis, its chief prosecutor has accused security officers of excessive
More clashes have broken out in Caracas as daily protests against the president descended into chaos.
Security forces cracked down on the latest anti-government protests in Venezuela on Saturday, with violent clashes in Caracas.
Clashes erupt in Caracas as thousands march in support of key Venezuelan opposition leader, Henrique Capriles.
Venezuela’s opposition leader is vowing to fight on, despite being barred from holding political office for 15 years.
In Venezuela, there’ve been fresh protests for and against President Nicolas Maduro as the country’s economic crisis deepens.
Thousands have taken to the streets of Caracas to demonstrate against the government of President Nicolas Maduro. They also demanded the release of
Venezuelan students protest in front of the Organization of American States’s headquarters in Cararcas against the arbitrary detention of two
The highest peaks in Venezuela are at the centre of an ambitious re-building programme. As part of an effort to reconstruct the country’s tourism