Former Spanish Prime Minister Felipe Gonzalez has been prohibited from joining the legal team defending two arrested Venezuelan political figures
Former Spanish Prime Minister Felipe Gonzalez has arrived in Venezuela to show support the defence team of two jailed opposition
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro may have escaped an ear-bashing from Pope Francis on human rights after cancelling a planned visit to
President Obama briefly met his Venezuelan counterpart for the first time on the margins of the Summit of the Americas in Panama. Greatly exceeding
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is noticeably furious at the Obama administration for sanctions imposed on individuals from the oil-rich country.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced he will limit the number of US diplomats in the country and establish visa fees in retaliation to 'American meddling' in the nation's affairs.
A police officer in Venezuela has been arrested after confessing to shooting Kluiver Roa, a 14-year-old boy, with a rubber bullet during clashes with
Antonio Ledezma, the mayor of Venezuelan capital Caracas, has been detained amid claims of involvement in a US-backed coup attempt. Colombian news
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro took time out from his country’s problems to invite the new Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to Caracas
As Venezuelans face chronic food shortages and their country’s economic crisis deepens, its government has authorised its armed forces to use lethal
Thousands of anti-government protesters have been marching in Caracas, as anger boils over high inflation and a shortage of basic items. With oil
Venezuela is Cuba’s best friend and vice versa. But since the historic announcement from Havana yesterday, Nicolas Maduro seems to be alone. On a
A sea of red shirts flowed through Caracas on Monday. Thousands took to the streets in a show of strength for their president Nicolas Maduro who
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has called the former prime minister of Spain, Jose Aznar, a murderer for his role in the Iraq war. Maduro said
The 47-year-old opposition leader is the second figurehead from anti-government protests to be prosecuted.
Thousands of Venezuelans participated in a five-kilometre race known as “The Color Run” in the capital Caracas on Sunday. The race, a part of a
Thirty-five Venezuelan prisoners have died after overdosing on medicines after storming the prison clinic.
More than 100 others are still being
Chavez studies is now on the curriculum at a military institute in Caracas
The course entitled “Studies of the Thoughts of the Supreme Commander
Francesco Sauro is a modern day cave man, a daring speleologist who is never happier than when he’s deep underground exploring a new cave system
A 22-year-old student from the central city of Valencia in Venezuela died on Wednesday after being shot in the head during an anti-government
Venezuela’s president says there will be no let-up in the “economic offensive” against the country’s “bourgeois parasites”.
The government has sent
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has invoked the spirit of his predecessor Hugo Chavez to extol workers’ efforts in extending the Caracas subway
U.S. spy agency contractor Edward Snowden, who is wanted in the United States on espionage charges, has accepted Venezuela’s offer of asylum