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.
Venezuela denies entry to European MEPs claiming they had "conspiratorial motives".
Interim president says his greatest fear would be that Venezuela's present becomes accepted as a new normal.
Venezuelans are eating two or fewer meals a day as President Nicolas Maduro continues to block humanitarian aid from coming into the country
Nicolas Maduro on Guaido, Trump, humanitarian aid, geopolitics and Venezuela's future
Venezuelans line up as they cross the Colombian-Venezuelan border over the Simon Bolivar International Bridge outskirts of Cucuta
Euronews' Anelise Borges met with Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro to discuss the political crisis in his country.
Venezuela's contested president tells Euronews the EU was "blindly" following Donald Trump's politics when it backed his opponent Juan Guaido.
President Nicolas Maduro has refused to let aid in, but opposition leader Juan Guaido told a rally on Tuesday that humanitarian ais would enter the country later this month.
Many choose to stay despite hardships.
Move comes as US tightens financial pressure on government.
Since the beginning of the crisis in Venezuela, the number of citizens leaving the country has increased dramatically and will continue to rise, according to projections by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).
The Chavista leader knows that the military's support is key to keeping himself in power.
Faced with money that's not worth the paper it's printed on, food and medicine shortages, many Venezuelans are making the most difficult decision of their lives.
In Venezuela, "a game of chess underway to force a transition," according to Rafael Grasa, an expert in international relations. But what are the practical implications of European countries recognising Guaido as president in the Latin American country?
EU leaders turn their backs one by one on Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro after he misses Sunday's deadline to call presidential elections.
In the midst of a power struggle between two Presidents, Venezuelan citizens are suffering in a country struggling to function normally. Hyperinflation, food shortages and medication shortages are just some of the problems people face.
Maduro seeks earlier elections for National Assembly in a bid to crush the threat posed by proclaimed interim president Juan Guaido.
Juan Guaido told a crowd at the Central University, that his family, had been threatened by officers from a feared state security unit, according to Reuters
The French and Spanish reporters arrested in Venezuela on Wednesday have been freed.
Venezuela’s self-proclaimed interim president Juan Guaido has been slapped with a travel ban and had his bank accounts frozen.
Our Raw Politics panel discussed Europe's response to the political crisis in Venezuela.
The United States has imposed sanctions on Venezuelan state-owned oil firm PDVSA, White House national security adviser John Bolton has said.
Nicolas Maduro has filled his Twitter feed with pro-army posts after Juan Guaido appealed to Venezuela's military to support his call for free elections.
President Maduro says he won't give in to an ultimatum from Europe