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Op-Ed: Guaido to ask Venezuelan military to oust Maduro at May 1 march

Venezuelan coup leader Guaido is planning a huge march on May 1 he claims will be the biggest Venezuelan march in history. He will demand that president Maduro step down and that the Venezuelan military help him seize power ousting the Maduro government.

Op-Ed: Maduro would rather seem weak than provoke the US in Venezuela

Nicolas Maduro the president of Venezuela would rather be seen as weak than give the US a reason to take action against him for arresting Juan Guaido the self-declared president or forcing US diplomats out of Venezuela.

Caracas could be about to go dark

The capital of Venezuela, Caracas, could be about to go dark. The problem is Caracas' power source. According to Bloomberg, the Guri Dam, a hydro electric power plant, has seen its water levels dip precipitously low.

Marco Rubio calls for sanctions against Venezuela's Maduro

Washington - Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) on Wednesday accused Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro of "undermining democracy" and called for sanctions against those in his regime who are "suffocating democracy."

Op-Ed: Cheap oil sinking stock markets

Cheap oil has already affected global markets and economies in countless ways, from disrupting Venezuelan politics to sinking the Russian ruble and introducing the world to “low-flation.”

Op-Ed: Will there be a second coup attempt in Venezuela?

Caracas - President Obama signed an executive order declaring Venezuela a national security threat, and also ordered sanctions against seven Venezuelan officials.

Fighting for Venezuela Special

Caracas - As their home government beats down dissent in the country they love, two Venezuelan-Canadians join their family, friends, and countrymen to fight for freedom.

Op-Ed: U.S. citizens rally for Maduro, tell Obama, 'Hands off Venezuela' Special

Los Angeles - As Obama tries to undermine the democratically-elected Government of Venezuela, U.S. citizens rush to emergency rallies in support of Nicolas Maduro. Have Americans wised up to oil wars? Is Obama prepared to make war on American people to unseat Maduro?

Op-Ed: Barack Obama's war against democracy

From Iran to Vietnam to Chile to Libya to Venezuela, the world is tired of America's opposition to democracy. The people with the world's best elections, according to Jimmy Carter, are fighting back against another American-sponsored attack on democracy.

Op-Ed: Barack Obama's war against democracy

From Iran to Vietnam to Chile to Libya to Venezuela, the world is tired of America's opposition to democracy. The people with the world's best elections, according to Jimmy Carter, are fighting back against another American-sponsored attack on democracy.

Maduro government in Venezuela wins municipal elections

Caracas - Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro seems to have been able to reconnect with the social base that kept former president Hugo Chavez in power as the government party won in municipal elections.

Venezuelan president denied travel through US airspace (video)

Caracas - Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro was on his way to Beijing for bilateral talks with the Chinese government. His plans were delayed by the USA denying Maduro's plane a path through Puerto Rico's airspace.

Op-Ed: Venezuela gives up on mending ties with the US

Caracas - Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro has decided to end attempts to normalize relations between the US and Venezuela after the US nominee for UN envoy, Samantha Power, said that she would oppose the crackdown on civil society in repressive Venezuela.

In Snowden row, Maduro blasts US for harboring terrorist

Caracas - In defending his government's decision to offer asylum to NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, Venezuela's president slammed the United States for its hypocrisy in calling for Snowden's extradition while harboring the hemisphere's most notorious terrorist.

Op-Ed: Nicolas Maduro–Protecting the American people & our Constitution

With law-breakers misusing their positions to spy on Americans, Edward Snowden has risked all to protect the right of the American people to know of their peril. Now, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has offered asylum to American hero Edward Snowden.

Nine Colombians arrested over a plot to kill Nicolas Maduro

Venezuelan authorities said Monday they had arrested nine Colombian paramilitary fighters accused of plotting to assassinate Nicolas Maduro amid an ongoing diplomatic spat with Bogota. Maduro accused Colombia of waging campaign against his administration.

Maduro accused Washington of being behind post-election violence

Banging pans, and holding banners for opposition candidate Henrique Capriles, the protesters chanted “Cubans out”. The Capriles’ supporters arrived at the CDI about 4:30 pm demanding the eviction of the Cuban doctors – Havana Times reported

Watch Venezuelan lawmakers brawl in National Assembly

Caracas - A brawl erupted on Tuesday on the floor of Venezuela's national assembly between members of the country's opposition coalition and pro-government legislators supporting late President Hugo Chavez's heir President Nicolas Maduro.

Venezuelans 'Judgement Day' as the counting begins

It is the time for Venezuelans to decide whether to vote for sustaining Chavez's socialism legacy pledged by a former bus driver or for business-friendly changes vowed by a young capitalist challenger.

Maduro says Chavez came to him as a bird and blessed his campaign

Most opinion polls give the acting President Nicolas Maduro a strong lead for Sunday's presidential election thanks to Chavez's endorsement and the surge of grief and sympathy over his death from cancer last month.

Op-Ed: Capriles, the CIA, and their War against Chavez and Venezuela

As Hugo Chavez is mourned and remembered by the people of Venezuela and the world, Henrique Capriles, the CIA and the IMF lie in wait, ready to snatch up Venezuela's resources. Cindy Sheehan and Cynthia McKinney remain optimistic.

Nicolas Maduro sworn in as Venezuelan President, attacks US

Caracas - Nicolas Maduro, Venezuela's vice president under late President Hugo Chavez, was sworn in Friday as acting president. In his swearing-in speech he launched attacks on the US and the opposition who said the swearing-in violated the country's constitution.

Venezuela holds state funeral for Hugo Chavez

Caracas - Venezuelans have paid an emotional tribute to their fallen leader, President Hugo Chavez, at his state funeral in Caracas Friday.

Op-Ed: R.I.P. Hugo Chavez — World warns Washington 'Hands off Venezuela'

As fears mount that Washington may try to overturn democracy in Venezuela, people around the world mourn the passing of Hugo Chavez. Everywhere the message rings out: Hands off Venezuela.
 

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Nicolás Maduro has emerged as the winner of the election held on Sunday in Venezuela
Nicolás Maduro has emerged as the winner of the election held on Sunday in Venezuela
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Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro insists his government will adhere to the rule of law.
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