Tag: Venezuelan Crisis

February 10, 2019

US Military Option in Venezuela Ris...

The possibility that President Donald Trump might resort to using military force to oust Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is raising concerns about the potential cost in lives and unintended consequences of committing American troops to another foreign conflict

February 8, 2019

Guaido Calls for Support for Venezu...

The United States has accused Venezuela’s former strongman Nicolas Maduro of blocking humanitarian aid to his desperately needy people. VOA’s Zlatica Hoke reports that while many call for Maduro to leave, he still enjoys the support of Cuba and Russia

February 5, 2019

Guaidó Reaching Out of Military L...

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó, who last month was recognized by the U.S. as the acting president of Venezuela, talked to VOA’s Spanish service

February 4, 2019

European Countries Call For Preside...

The European countries want Venezuela to hold a presidential election as soon as possible to end its political and humanitarian crises

February 3, 2019

Crises Mount In Venezuela

Guaido has rejected offers from Mexico’s and Uruguay’s presidents to negotiate with Maduro. Guaido told them in a letter that “to be neutral is to be on the side of the regime that has condemned hundreds of thousands of human beings to misery, hunger and exile, including death.”

February 1, 2019

Venezuela’s Interim President...

Venezuela’s interim president Juan Guaido says his family was threatened by the regime on Thursday, as disputed President Nicolas Maduro refuses to step down. Guaido has declared himself Venezuela’s interim president amid massive protests against Maduro

January 31, 2019

Venezuela Oil Sanctions, Amnesty Pr...

The U.S. imposed oil sanctions on Venezuela announced this week are part of a larger strategy to both pressure and entice the country’s military to help oust socialist President Nicolas Maduro

January 30, 2019

Venezuela’s Guaido Leapt From...

Venezuelans fearful of taking to the streets again after past uprisings ended in violent crackdowns and bitter divisions must be prepared to risk it all again

January 29, 2019

US Announces Sanctions on Venezuela...

The U.S. has imposed sanctions on Venezuela’s state-owned oil company, PdVSA, in an increased effort to pressure Nicolás Maduro to relinquish power to Juan Guaidó, now recognized by the U.S. and a number of other nations as the country’s legitimate president

January 27, 2019

Divisions Among Security Council Me...

UN political chief Rosemary DiCarlo said the protracted crisis in Venezuela has had a grave impact on the population, with high levels of political polarization, growing humanitarian needs and serious human rights concerns

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