Tag: Venezuelan Crisis

April 24, 2019

Despite US Pressure and Sanctions, ...

Three months after the U.S. intensified efforts to oust Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, the autocratic socialist leader remains in power

April 20, 2019

Venezuelans Struggle With Water Sho...

Venezuelans continue to suffer long power outages and the lack of electricity means water stops flowing to many residences. Without a steady supply of water, some residents in Caracas have

April 6, 2019

Venezuelans Risk Their Lives Daily ...

The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, UNHCR, warned that Venezuelans who cross the border into Colombia face a very dangerous situation since Venezuela closed its borders with Brazil and Colombia on February 23

April 5, 2019

UNICEF: Uprooted Venezuelan Childre...

UNICEF said its regional humanitarian partners – Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Panama, Peru and Trinidad and Tobago – estimate as many as 4.9 million people — adults and children — will need assistance this year because of the political and economic upheavals in Venezuela that are forcing the country’s citizens to flee

April 4, 2019

Is Venezuela Turning into a Proxy C...

In the last few months, the Trump administration has been expressing confidence that the Maduro regime in Venezuela is collapsing. But with the increasing Russian military presence in the South American nation, experts say the crisis could drag on and turn into a proxy conflict between Washington and Moscow, potentially forcing President Trump to go beyond diplomatic and economic sanctions

March 7, 2019

US Increasingly Ties Cuba to Venezu...

U.S. efforts to unseat Venezuelan socialist leader Nicolas Maduro are also aimed at confronting the communist government in Cuba that conservative critics say continues to destabilize its neighbors in Latin America by exporting its failed economic model and fostering political repression

February 28, 2019

Press Groups Denounce Venezuelan Au...

Numerous media organizations working in Venezuela have denounced authorities for harassing, bullying and even confiscating the equipment of journalists as they cover the ongoing crisis in that South American country

February 25, 2019

Venezuelan Crisis: From the Twitter...

Twittersphere reacts to ongoing Venezulean crisis

February 20, 2019

Analysts: Venezuela’s Failed Soci...

The International Monetary Fund would likely require Venezuela to lift price controls and privatize state-owned companies, including the oil and gas company Petróleos de Venezuela, S.A. (PDVSA), in exchange for billions of dollars in aid and loans

Venezuela’s Opposition Seeks ...

Representatives of Venezuela’s interim president, Juan Guaidó, are in Washington organizing aid for their troubled country from many nations. They have raised substantial sums of money, but must still figure out how to get supplies into Venezuela

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