Further clashes take place in Venezuela as police fire tear gas to disperse a rally, with demonstrators fighting back by hurling Molotov cocktails and stones.
Doctors rallied in Venezuela Monday in the latest street protests against President Nicolas Maduro, as a young man lay in hospital after being set on fire by an...
More than 200,000 protesters took to the streets of Venezuela on Saturday, day 50 of an angry and sometimes deadly showdown with the unpopular President Nicolas...
Brazilian President Michel Temer tried to defuse demands for his resignation on Saturday by claiming that the central piece of evidence against him in a...
The Trump administration plans to impose new sanctions soon on at least half a dozen Venezuelan officials for alleged human rights violations amid US concern over...
Brazil's President Michel Temer defiantly refused to step down Thursday over allegations that he gave his blessing to payment of hush money for a politician...
Activists are calling for the daughter of a key Venezuelan political figure to have her visa revoked in Australia.
The United States on Wednesday warned at the United Nations that Venezuela's crisis was worsening and could escalate into a major conflict similar to Syria or...
Protests against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro have unleashed a witch hunt abroad, with groups of emigrants identifying government-linked Venezuelans on...
Venezuela's government said Wednesday it was sending troops to a region rocked by violence during anti-government protests, as Washington rallied the UN Security...
A 17-year-old boy and two men died in Venezuela after being shot during anti-government protests, prosecutors said Tuesday, bringing to 42 the number of people...
Venezuelan protesters hit the streets on Wednesday armed with 'poopootov cocktails', jars filled with excrement which they vowed to hurl at police as a wave of...
Venezuelan military courts have ordered the detention of at least 50 civilians involved in the deadly mass protests against the embattled government of President...
Thousands of women dressed in white marched in Venezuela's capital on Saturday to keep pressure on President Nicolas Maduro, whose authority is being increasingly...
A young man died Friday after being injured in unrest in Venezuela, an official said, bringing the toll from more than a month of violence to at least 36.
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