Maduro isolated as Latin American nations back Venezuela opposition leader
Thursday, 24 January 2019 Most Latin American nations recognised Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido as interim president on Wednesday, leaving Nicolas Maduro ever more isolated as he faces unrest at home and threats from the United States.
White House national security adviser John Bolton sent a warning to Venezuela on Sunday. Reuters reports Bolton told the nation that violence towards American diplomats in Venezuela or opposition leader Juan Guaido would trigger a response from the United States. He said in a Twitter post, “Any...
According to Reuters, Cuba said that the United States was moving special forces closer to Venezuela as part of a covert plan to intervene in the chaotic South American country. U.S. President Donald..
Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar on Wednesday had a heated exchange with the Trump administration's envoy to Venezuela over his record in Latin America. The Minnesota congresswoman pressed Elliot Abrams on..