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UK Government recognises Juan Guaido as president of Venezuela, High Court rules

The UK Government has “unequivocally recognised” opposition leader Juan Guaido as president of Venezuela, the High Court has ruled in a battle over $1bn...

Venezuela’s Maduro orders EU envoy to leave after sanctions

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has ordered the European Union’s ambassador to leave the country after the EU, which is pushing for a democratic transition...

Venezuela seeks arrest of three US residents over role in failed attack

Venezuela’s chief prosecutor has ordered the arrest of a former US soldier and two opposition figures living in the US for their alleged role...

US charges Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro with drug crimes

The US has charged Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro and several of his key aides with narco-terrorism. The US Department of Justice accused them of conspiring...

Venezuela opposition leader Juan Guaido names shadow cabinet

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido is naming a shadow cabinet in a new phase of his campaign to force President Nicolas Maduro from power. Mr...

Venezuela halts talks with opposition in protest of US sanctions

Venezuela’s government late on Wednesday halted negotiations with the opposition in protest of the Trump administration’s freezing of its US assets. The move has thrust into...

Trump freezes Venezuela government assets

The Trump administration has frozen all Venezuelan government assets in a dramatic escalation of tensions with socialist leader Nicolas Maduro, who has stubbornly clung...

Government alleges sabotage as Venezuela experiences another power blackout

Much of Venezuela has lost power, with the government once again accusing opponents of sabotaging the nation’s hydroelectric power system. The power in the capital...

Maduro shows military might in independence day celebration

Venezuela’s president Nicola Maduro oversaw a grand military parade to mark the country’s independence day on Friday, revelling in his might as commander-in-chief as...

Mile-long queues for petrol in oil-rich Venezuela

American sanctions on oil-rich Venezuela appear to be taking hold, resulting in mile-long queues for fuel in the South American nation’s second largest city,...

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Three US officers fired for photos mocking black man’s death

Three officers have been fired over photos showing them re-enact a chokehold used on a 23-year-old black man who died after he was stopped...

London mayor condemns ‘disgraceful’ attack on police at street party

Mayor Sadiq Khan has condemned a street party in west London as “disgraceful” after seven police officers were injured. Bricks and other missiles were launched...
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