The trip comes ahead of a three week United Nations Human Rights Council session where it's expected that criticism will be heaped on President Nicolas Maduro.
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.
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.
Euronews spoke to an analyst of non-verbal communication to get an insight into what Venezuela's Juan Guaido really thinks.
Maduro shows no sign of losing the army's backing but Guaido doesn't seem ready to give up.
The opposition leader showed no signs of easing the pressure on Nicolas Maduro
Venezuela opposition leader Juan Guaidó urges supporters to take part in peaceful demonstrations on Saturday in front of military bases across country
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?
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.
The U.S. has a limited ability to play a constructive role in helping opposition leader Juan Guaidó assume power because of its tainted past.
The international community is taking a wait and see stance on Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido's efforts to oust President Nicolas Maduro
Maduro and Guaido hold rival rallies in Venezuela
The power struggle in Venezuela is hampering international assistance to the crisis-struck South American nation
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.
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.
Parliament Socialist group abstains for first time in vote on EU position
Opposition leader Juan Guaido’s chief of staff Roberto Marrero has been arrested in a new escalation of the conflict that’s pitting Guaido against Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro.
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.
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."