Venezuela's ambassador warns EU over taking actions, as Foreign Ministers meet in Bucharest and MEPs vote to recognise Guaido as interim president.
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.
At least 40 people are believed killed and 850 others detained in Venezuela's recent violence, the United Nations says.
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
Political tensions are running high in Venezuela, but how did it all begin? Watch Euronews' Venezuela expert, Camille Bello, explain the situation.
Major European countries have threatened Maduro with recognising Guaido as president if free elections are not held within eight days.
Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido has hinted an amnesty for President Nicolas Maduro could be possible.
The Cube debunks claims that Facebook gave Nicolas Maduro's verification mark to Juan Guaidó.
Venezuelan protesters began to gather in Caracas on Wednesday as the opposition sought to force President Nicolas Maduro from office amid global criticism of the socialist leader.
Euronews looks into the background of Venezuela's self-proclaimed interim president
Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro on Thursday started a second term in office amid growing international isolation
Russia has infuriated Washington by flying two planes with nuclear weapons capability to its ally Venezuela.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro feasted on expensive steaks and smoked cigars at a Salt Bae restaurant in Istanbul
Venezuelans took to the streets of Caracas on Tuesday (September 11) to protest alleged U.S. interference in their country and show their support for the government of President Nicolas Maduro.
Hundreds of Venezuelans have requested asylum in Peru, just hours after the country tightened its entry requirements, while UN's migration agency says Venezuela is heading for the same refugee "crisis moment" seen in the Mediterranean in 2015.
In pictures: The huge amounts of cash Venezuelans need to buy everyday essentials
After Venezuela's president announced a sixty-fold increase in the minimum wage merchants may be forced out of business
Venezuela's President Maduro calls on Colombia and the U.S. to extradite those behind an alleged assassination attempt at the weekend
Euronews takes a look at what we know about the 'drone attack' on Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro.
Conflicting reports are emerging of what caused blasts during Venezuelan President - Nicolas Maduro's speech at a military event at the weekend.
Venezuela’s president Nicolas Maduro has claimed he has survived an assassination attempt involving exploding drones.
US will maintain sanctions on Venezuala despite prisoner release from Venezuela jail.