Venezuela’s opposition renewed protests across the country on Thursday to pressure President Maduro’s government to hold elections, a day after three people were killed in similar…
As hundreds of thousands march across Venezuela to protest the country's economic crisis, sideline clashes between security forces and protesters have led to deaths.
At least two protesters were killed as clashes broke out on the sidelines of a mass anti-government rally that the opposition billed "the mother of all marches".
Venezuelan opposition supporters clash with police in protests over a grinding economic crisis and an erosion of democracy under leftist President Nicolas…
Venezuelans march against what they label a lurch toward dictatorship, but some support for the embattled president remains.
Venezuela’s pro-government Supreme Court revoked its takeover of the opposition-led Congress on Saturday (April 1) after it drew both national and international condemnation and protests against Socia
The opposition aims to keep up pressure on the streets despite supreme court U-turn on its power grab. Meanwhile a beleaguered President Maduro insists the controversy is over.
Tensions are rising in Venezuela after the country's judiciary moved to assume the functions of the opposition-led National Assembly. Critics are calling it a 'coup'.
The pro-government Supreme Court has taken over functions of the opposition-led National Assembly
Venezuela has taken CNN in Spanish off its airways accusing the US based news channel of distorting the truth.
An estimated two thousand opponents of President Nicolas Maduro have marched in the Venezuela capital to demand authorities to set a date for overdue regional…
Venezuela’s Congress has backed a resolution declaring President Nicolas Maduro has “abandoned his post”.
The stage is set for a fresh showdown between Venezuela’s opposition and embattled President Nicolas Maduro.
After being held for more than a year on corruption charges, Venezuelan former presidential candidate Manuel Rosales has been released from house arrest.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has announced that 300 people have been arrested during protests and looting over the elimination of the country’s largest currency…
The president says the move to take the 100-Bolivar note out of circulation is to combat smuggling, but it has been strongly criticised.