Venezuelan opposition sweeps midterm elections, in a major shift from Chavismo
Colombia-Venezuela Border Crisis Escalates As Nicolás Maduro Vows To Continue Crackdown And Deportations
Tensions rise in on the Venezuelan border as smugglers exploit economic crisis and Colombian residents are deported
Venezuela's President Nicolás Maduro has rejected claims by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry that the country is facing "insurgents."
The Venezuelan government is unwilling to grant a blanket amnesty to opposition protesters, but it is ready to examine individual cases -- especially those of students arrested in connection with the protests, says a Brazilian ambassador present at the talks.
Venezuela Protests News: 97 Soldiers, Police Under Investigation For Excessive Force By Nicolás Maduro Government
A Venezuelan general said the 97 soldiers and police officers had not received orders from superiors to attack protesters.
Student protests in Venezuela have again turned violent in the country's capital, with tear gas and water cannons used on the crowd.
Pacts between the Venezuelan government and opposition, said Maduro, would make him a "traitor to Chavismo."
America is the continent with the most number of murders in the world and Honduras has the worst homicide rate of them all.
Venezuela Protests News: Nicolás Maduro Invites Pope Francis Official Secretary Of State, Cardinal Pietro Parolin, To Witness Peace Talks
Nicolás Maduro has invited Cardinal Pietro Parolin to be one of the mediators during the talks he will be holding with opposition leaders which begin tomorrow.
Venezuelans Protest Naked: Oppostion Starts Twitter Campaign ‘#MejorDesnudoQue’ Against Nicolás Maduro
Hundreds of Venezuelans have initiated a campaign on Twitter in protest of Nicolás Maduro and this time they're getting naked.
Kevin Spacey expressed support for Venezuelan protestors on his blog.
Venezuela Protest News: Opposition Leader Leopoldo López Officially Charged; Could Face 13 Years in Prison
Venezuela's Attorney General has formally charged opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez with four seperate crimes
Stefanía Fernández, Former Miss Universe, Gagged, Bound And Bloody In Support Of Venezuela [GRAPHIC PHOTOS]
Stefanía Fernández may be the former Miss Universe, but the latest photos for the Your Voice is Your Power campaign is anything but glamorous. Check out what the native Venezuelan is peaking out against.
Venezuelan opposition leader María Corina Machado has been blocked from returning to Venezuela's National Assembly amidst the eruption of violence in Caracas.
As protests in Venezuela intensify, anger amongst the country's protesters has turned increasingly towards their Caribbean communist counterpart.
Venezuela News: Opposition Leader María Corino Machado Writes Open Letter to Ask ‘What Is Nicolas Maduro Afraid Of?’
Venezuelan opposition leader Maria Corina Machado has published an impassioned letter to the people of Venezuela.
Maduro said the three generals had called this week "the decisive week" in leading the Air Force in a coup plot against his government.
A 5-month pregnant woman has been shot in Venezuela during the protests. Learn more about the tragedy.
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has threatened mayor Ramon Muchacho with arrest for his role in recent violence.
Daniel Ceballos, an outspoken opposition mayor from the city of San Cristóbal, where protests began in early February, was arrested by SEBIN agents on Wednesday.
Venezuela Protests: Opposition Lawmaker María Corina Machado To Speak Before OAS As Chavistas Call For Treason Charges
The longtime anti-Chavista and opposition leader will speak before the Organization of American States (OAS) about the situation in Venezuela after Panama ceded its seat to her.
Air Canada has suspended all flights to and from Venezuela over security concerns.
Protests have taken place once again in Venezuela on Sunday, with protesters calling for an end to Cuba's involvement in the troubled South American nation.
Venezuela Protest News: Secretary of State John Kerry Accuses Nicolás Maduro of Waging A ‘Campaign of Terror’
Secretary of State John Kerry has today accused Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro of waging a "campaign of terror" against his own people.
The death toll in Venezuela has now risen to twenty-five as students and anti-government activists took to the streets in a number of rallies.
Jesús Enrique Acosta died on Tuesday after being shot in the head. Six others were wounded when government supporters ambushed a student-led opposition protest.
Venezuela Protests 2014: Senate Foreign Relations Committee Passes Resolution Calling For US Sanctions
The resolution, sponsored by Cuban-American senators Bob Menendez (D-NJ) and Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), will head to the full Senate for a vote.
The two dead were a student opposition leader and a woman whom friends described as a government sympathizer.
Nicolás Maduro Says Stability of South America 'Depends on Venezuela,' Admits to Asking Sean Penn For Help
Venezuela's president Nicolás Maduro insists that the stability of Venezuela "is the social and economic guarantee" for the entirety of South America.
A human rights watchdog in Venezuela has already reported 18 possible cases of torture. On Monday, a UN researcher said he had presented two or three reports of "very serious" torture to the Human Rights Council along with a bevy of excessive-force reports.