In the Venezuela border towns of San Antonio and Urena, troops fired rubber rounds at opposition supporters, including lawmakers, who walked toward the frontier waving Venezuelan flags and chanting.. Firstpost - Published
A U.S.-backed drive to deliver foreign aid to Venezuela met strong resistance as troops loyal to President Nicolas Maduro blocked the convoys at the border and fired tear gas on protesters in clashes.. FOXNews.com - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido gave a personal send off to an aid caravan from the Colombian city of Cucuta toward the border between the two countries on Saturday, pledging to bring food and..
At least two people were killed and trucks loaded with foreign aid were set ablaze after Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro deployed troops and armored vehicles to turn back humanitarian assistance at..
Venezuelan civilians carried humanitarian aid by hand as trucks burned on a bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, following clashes with Venezuelan National Police on Saturday, February 23.This video, streamed..
According to Reuters, there have been rumors circulating that the U.S. government could announce new sanctions to pressure Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro as early as next week. The sanctions are..
Troops loyal to President Nicolas Maduro violently drove back foreign aid convoys from Venezuela's border on Saturday, killing two protesters and prompting opposition leader Juan Guaido to propose that.. France 24 - Published Also reported by •SBS •Reuters India •Reuters
President Nicolas Maduro danced at a pro-government rally and mocked the US as Vice-President Pence prepared to meet opposition leader Juan Guaido. Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age •Brisbane Times
Trucks laden with U.S. food and medicine for Venezuela returned to warehouses in Colombia after opposition supporters failed to break through lines of troops. Zee News - Published Also reported by •Reuters India •Reuters
[Venezuela], Feb 24 (ANI): Opposition leader and self-proclaimed President Juan GuaidoÂ hailed the entry of aid into Venezuela, outlining the people's rejection of embattled President Nicolas Maduro. Sify - Published
By Francisco Toro*
There is suddenly a whole new level of anxiety in the humanitarian community over the plight of Venezuela.
On top of longstanding concerns over chronic shortages of food and.. Eurasia Review - Published
By Somar Wijayadasa*
“The whole liberal world order appears to be falling apart – nothing is as it once was,” said Wolfgang Ischinger, a senior German diplomat in an opinion article in the.. Eurasia Review - Published
Caracas, Venezuela, Feb 23, 2019 / 04:50 pm (CNA).- The Venezuelan Bishops’ Conference is calling on Nicolas Maduro’s government to allow humanitarian aid to enter the country and be peacefully.. CNA - Published
Opponents of Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro braved tear gas as they rescued boxes of emergency food and medicine from burning trucks during violent clashes on the Colombian border with security.. New Zealand Herald - Published
At least two trucks carrying food and medicine for Venezuela returned to warehouses in Colombia on Saturday after being turned back from the border by troops loyal to President Nicolas Maduro who fired.. Reuters - Published
[Venezuela], Feb 24 (ANI): Venezuela's embattled President Nicolas Maduro has reaffirmed that he is still "governing" the nation and will continue doing so, despite self-proclaimed President Juan Sify - Published
The push to move tons of humanitarian relief supplies into Venezuela Saturday devolved into bloodshed, tear gas and deepening sense of dread, as the Nicolas Maduro administration showed the lengths it.. Seattle Times - Published
Venezuelan troops loyal to President Nicolas Maduro fired tear gas and rubber pellets at opposition supporters seeking to bring foreign aid over the Colombian border on Saturday, as… Japan Today - Published
At least two people were killed and trucks loaded with foreign aid were set ablaze after Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro deployed troops and armored vehicles to turn back humanitarian assistance at.. Reuters - Published
Watch VideoHumanitarian aid trucks drove into Venezuela on Saturday, according to opposition leader Juan Guaidó.
Guaidó called for the foreign aid last month. Venezuela is facing a huge economic.. Newsy - Published
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is responsible for the safety of Colombian diplomats in Venezuela, Colombia's foreign minister said on Saturday, after Maduro formally broke off relations with.. Reuters - Published
Two people have been killed in clashes between soldiers and opposition supporters after Maduro closed the border with Brazil and Colombia. Several trucks carrying food and medicine tried force their.. Deutsche Welle - Published
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said on Saturday his government had broken relations with Colombia and would expel some Colombian diplomatic staff after Colombia assisted the opposition's efforts.. Reuters - Published