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Bolivia’s interim president and Venezuela’s No. 2 leader announced on Thursday that they have been infected with the new coronavirus.
One makes a difference in the Amazon, while the other effects change from his back garden in France.
With Unidas Podemos in the ruling coalition, Spain's position towards Venezuela has become slightly less clear-cut.
Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido and opposition MPs managed to enter the country's parliament building on Tuesday after a standoff with security forces.
Juan Guaido blocked from Venezuela National Assembly vote | #TheCube
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido was violently blocked Sunday from presiding over a special session of congress where rivals tried to install a substitute in what was condemned as a hijacking of the country's last democratic institution.
Social stability in Latin America is at risk under the pressure of Venezuelan refugees. More than 4.5 million people have left the country and the flow continues to grow dramatically as the political crisis has not been solved. Neighboring countries are feeling the strain.
Thousands of Venezuelans rushed to Peru's northern border on Friday in hopes of entering the Andean country before the imposition of strict immigration requirements at midnight.
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.
Angry Venezuelans wait hours for fuel as shortages worsen
Another Venezuelan opposition lawmaker has sought refuge in an embassy to avoid arrest after the assembly's vice president was taken on Wednesday by intelligence agents.
Euronews spoke to an analyst of non-verbal communication to get an insight into what Venezuela's Juan Guaido really thinks.