UNITED NATIONS/CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro headed for New York on Wednesday to attend the United Nations General Assembly and U.S. President Donald Trump said he would be open to meeting the socialist leader of the crisis-
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro headed for New York on Wednesday to attend the United Nations General Assembly and U.S. President Donald Trump said he would be open to meeting the socialist leader of the crisis-stricken South American nation.
"Not long ago, Venezuela was one of the richest countries on Earth," Trump said. "Today, socialism has bankrupted the oil-rich nation and driven its people into abject poverty."
President Trump chairs United Nations Security Council meeting on counterproliferation
The United States is preparing to take "action" against socialist Venezuela, while simultaneously going down the same path. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that in the coming days, the US's "series of actions" will put pressure on
Says moves will further increase pressure on 'the Venezuelan leadership folks'
But do you need that much water? Are you really going to need a dishwashing machine all the days of your life? I could afford a lovely, nice and shiny dishwasher, back there in the happy days. But being environmentally conscientious, and trying to i
The bottom line is that Venezuela is in free-fall, but I don't know where the bottom is.
Venezuela - Washington targets all sovereign independent governments it doesn't control for regime change, wanting puppets beholden to its interests replacing them.
The Trump administration held secret meetings with rebellious military officers from Venezuela over the last year to discuss their plans to overthrow President Nicolás Maduro, according to U.S. officials and a former Venezuelan military commander wh
"Oil for the People": Michael Moore is in praise of Chavez ending poverty in Venezuela.
Dash CEO Ryan Taylor explained, "Our partnership with Kripto will put all the components needed to use Dash preloaded into the phones of 10,000 new Venezuelan consumers every month."
Editors Note: There are few places as chaotic or dangerous as Venezuela. "Life in Caracas" is a series of short stories that seeks to capture the surreal quality of living in a land in total disarray.
International analysts are not giving us the full story on Venezuela.
Sympathy gives way to resentment over the estimated 2.3 million Venezuelans who have fled to neighboring countries since 2014
MARACAIBO, Venezuela (AP) -- In a city once called the Saudi Arabia of Venezuela for its vast oil wealth, residents of Maracaibo now line up to buy spoiled meat as refrigerators fail amid nine months of rolling power outages that recently got worse.
Chris Duane Video-LOOK at the INSANE Prices In Venezuela!
I have a certain degree of acceptance for some things. However, these last two weeks my ability to be surprised has been superseded.
The once-booming nation is now suffering from Soviet-style product shortages and a mass exodus of citizens fleeing for other South American countries.
Venezuela - On Tuesday at 5:31PM local time, a major earthquake struck northern Venezuela and the Caribbean - its epicenter in eastern Sucre state's Cajigal de la Peninsula de Paria.
The water shortages in Caracas are caused mainly by a lack of maintenance to the city's water network – and a lack of funds to replace broken parts.
I have a certain degree of acceptance for some things. However, these last two weeks my ability to be surprised has been superseded. The price increase in everything and the difference between the salaries in Venezuela is something unbelievable. How
Faced with nearly incomprehensible inflation -- 32,714 percent as of Wednesday -- Venezuelan officials thought they had a solution: They changed the color of the bank notes and increased their denomination. Then they said they would lop off three z
Venezuela's state-owned oil company PDVSA will start using the local cryptocurrency El Petro for all its transactions on August 20, President Nicolas Maduro said, as quoted by Sputnik. The president did not mention whether PDVSA's business partne
A member of the Venezuelan National Constituent Assembly has reportedly revealed that the assembly is preparing a reform to the country's Constitution that includes a central bank for cryptocurrencies. This follows the Venezuelan government's lat
An old scourge is reappearing in the Caribbean
Questions have been raised about whether the 'drone attack' against the president of Venezuela was faked after TV cameras failed to capture the 'missiles' and firefighters said the incident was actually a gas tank explosion.
Update: Speaking on state TV a day after the alleged assassination attempt on Maduro, Interior Minister Nestor Reverol said that six people have been taken into custody and more arrests are possible in the coming hours.
bid using drones packed with explosives during live TV speech...TV footage shows the president's shock as one of the drones detonates above his podium in Caracas