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U.S. Freezes Assets of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro - WSJ
-The WallStreet Journal - Mon Jul 31 14:11:51 EDT 2017
The U.S. imposed sanctions against Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro on Monday, saying his government abused human rights and organized an illegitimate vote designed to advance a...
"If the U.S. soils the homeland, the rifles would come to New York and take the White House," Nicolás Maduro Guerra, the son of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro, said. Nicolás M...
Nicolás Maduro’s Videos Present an Alternative Venezuelan Reality - WSJ
-The WallStreet Journal - Fri Apr 28 05:01:05 EDT 2017
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has recently been using social media to post videos that portray a positive image, despite the fact that the country has been roiled by politica...
Venezuela Attorney General Luisa Ortega Criticizes Regime She Serves - WSJ
-The WallStreet Journal - Thu May 04 11:01:11 EDT 2017
Footage emerged Wednesday showing the Venezuelan National Guard using armored riot-control vehicles to run-over protesters in the capital Caracas. President Nicolás Maduro has inte...
Nicolás Maduro Calls for New Venezuelan Constitution - WSJ
-The WallStreet Journal - Mon May 01 17:06:57 EDT 2017
CARACAS—Venezuela President Nicolás Maduro on Monday said he would convene a special assembly enabled to redraft the country’s constitution, in the latest in a string of efforts to...
Venezuela’s Leader Doubles Down on Disputed Election - WSJ
-The WallStreet Journal - Mon Jul 31 08:01:05 EDT 2017
CARACAS, Venezuela—President Nicolás Maduro on Monday threatened to imprison his adversaries, as opposition leaders said an election a day earlier to give his administration the po...
U.S. Sanctions Venezuelans It Said Helped Form Assembly - WSJ
-The WallStreet Journal - Thu Aug 10 05:08:54 EDT 2017
The U.S. Treasury Department Wednesday placed sanctions on eight officials associated with Venezuela’s new constituent assembly, alleging they are aiding in what Washington said ar...
Venezuela Debt Crisis May Offer Political Upside for Maduro - WSJ
-The WallStreet Journal - Sat Nov 04 17:59:48 EDT 2017
CARACAS—A looming debt default for Venezuela, long seen as catastrophic for the country’s oil-dependent economy, may yet provide a vital political boost for embattled President Nic...
CARTAGENA, Colombia—Vice President Mike Pence tamped down President Donald Trump’s threats of U.S. military intervention in Venezuela amid growing regional fears that such comments...
U.S. Weighs Restricting Trades in Venezuelan Debt to Punish Maduro - WSJ
-The WallStreet Journal - Wed Aug 23 08:12:53 EDT 2017
WASHINGTON—The U.S. government is considering restricting trades in Venezuelan debt as it seeks to punish President Nicolás Maduro for undermining the country’s democracy, accordin...
Maduro Illicitly Doled Out Millions for Chávez Campaign, Brazilian Testifies - WSJ
-The WallStreet Journal - Sat May 13 05:00:59 EDT 2017
CARACAS, Venezuela—A Brazilian political consultant received $20 million of under-the-table funding for work on Hugo Chávez’s 2012 reelection campaign, most of it in bags of cash h...
Many Poor Venezuelans Are Too Hungry to Join Antigovernment Protests - WSJ
-The WallStreet Journal - Thu Apr 20 05:00:58 EDT 2017
CARACAS, Venezuela—President Nicolás Maduro has lost support among the legions of poor Venezuelans that once backed the late Hugo Chávez, but they have largely shown little interes...
U.S. to Put More Venezuelan Officials Under Sanctions - WSJ
-The WallStreet Journal - Wed Jul 26 11:01:07 EDT 2017
The U.S. plans to put sanctions on 13 high-ranking Venezuelan officials for alleged corruption, human-rights violations and undermining the country’s democracy, a congressional aid...
Group of Soldiers Appear to Rebel Against Venezuelan Government - WSJ
-The WallStreet Journal - Sun Aug 06 08:51:55 EDT 2017
A group of soldiers appeared to have risen against the Venezuelan government in the central city of Valencia, days after the government of embattled President Nicolás Maduro moved ...
U.S. Weighs Sanctions Against Venezuela’s Oil Industry - WSJ
-The WallStreet Journal - Sun Jul 30 17:00:59 EDT 2017
U.S. government officials are considering stepping up sanctions against Venezuela by targeting its vital oil industry, although an embargo against Venezuelan crude oil imports into...
Venezuela’s Opposition Leaders Dragged From Homes - WSJ
-The WallStreet Journal - Tue Aug 01 05:01:01 EDT 2017
CARACAS, Venezuela—Dozens of intelligence officers dragged out two opposition leaders from homes in the middle of the night, a day after President Nicolás Maduro vowed to jail oppo...
Venezuela to Hold a Vote Many Don’t Want, Others Don’t Understand - WSJ
-The WallStreet Journal - Fri Jul 28 05:01:04 EDT 2017
RIO CHICO, Venezuela—Most Venezuelans have told pollsters they don’t want a new constitution. On Sunday, voters will pick delegates to write a new one. President Nicolás Maduro is ...
OAS Chief Luis Almagro Raises Pressure on Venezuelan Government - WSJ
-The WallStreet Journal - Fri Mar 24 05:01:03 EDT 2017
Back when he was foreign minister of tiny, left-leaning Uruguay, Luis Almagro praised Venezuela’s Socialist government for being in the vanguard of a continent that was largely lef...
Tareck El Aissami, Sanctioned Venezuelan Vice President, Had Ruthless Rise - WSJ
-The WallStreet Journal - Wed Feb 15 01:00:56 EST 2017
MARACAY, Venezuela—The U.S. blacklisting of Venezuelan Vice President Tareck El Aissami puts a spotlight on the son of Syrian and Lebanese immigrants who rose to become the country...
Chile Grants Asylum to Five Venezuelan Supreme Court Appointees - WSJ
-The WallStreet Journal - Tue Aug 22 20:01:01 EDT 2017
Chile’s government said Tuesday it granted political asylum to five former Venezuelan Supreme Court justice appointees who had sought protection at the Chilean embassy in Caracas, ...
Venezuela’s Crisis Looms Large as Pope Visits Latin America - WSJ
-The WallStreet Journal - Wed Sep 06 14:44:02 EDT 2017
Heilyn Rojas, a 21-year-old Venezuelan student, left her country last year, tired of the crime and food shortages back home. She fled to neighboring Colombia in search of a better ...
Alleged Drug Kingpin Leads Venezuela’s Debt Restructuring Effort - WSJ
-The WallStreet Journal - Sat Nov 11 04:00:56 EST 2017
CARACAS, Venezuela—Meet the team in charge of the most complex bond restructuring in recent history: a former military officer, a one-time geography professor, two engineers, a min...
Venezuela’s Opposition in Disarray After Electoral Rout - WSJ
-The WallStreet Journal - Wed Oct 18 20:00:59 EDT 2017
CARACAS, Venezuela—Newly elected opposition governors refused to take their oaths of office before a pro-government assembly Wednesday, setting the stage for a showdown that t...
Cash-Strapped Venezuela Seeks to Restructure Debt - WSJ
-The WallStreet Journal - Thu Nov 02 20:00:56 EDT 2017
Venezuela’s president on Thursday said the cash-strapped South American country will seek to restructure its debt, raising the prospect of a showdown with bondholders that could be...
Venezuela’s Opposition Sets General Strike - WSJ
-The WallStreet Journal - Mon Jul 17 14:01:15 EDT 2017
CARACAS—Venezuela’s opposition announced a general strike and plans to name new Supreme Court judges, threatening to launch a parallel state if President Nicolás Maduro doesn’...
Disgruntled Venezuelans to Vote for Governors - WSJ
-The WallStreet Journal - Sat Oct 14 23:00:54 EDT 2017
CARACAS, Venezuela—Voters go to the polls Sunday in long-delayed state governor elections that President Nicolás Maduro proclaims are proof that his administration i...
Venezuela’s U.N. Envoy Rafael Ramírez Resigns - WSJ
-The WallStreet Journal - Tue Dec 05 10:03:19 EST 2017
Venezuela’s ambassador to the United Nations, Rafael Ramírez, said Tuesday he resigned his post at the request of President Nicolás Maduro, who has been unseating political adversa...
People queue to withdraw money from an ATM in Caracas on November 14, 2017. Venezuela has been declared in "selective default" by Standard and Poor's after failing to make interest...
Venezuela Opposition Has Few Options After Vote Many Call Fraudulent - WSJ
-The WallStreet Journal - Mon Oct 16 17:40:48 EDT 2017
CARACAS, Venezuela—Many Venezuelans expressed skepticism on Monday over voting results that an electoral agency allied with President Nicolás Maduro said his party had won decisive...
The move comes as President Nicolás Maduro (pictured) has clamped down on political opposition and consolidated power in his government’s hands. | Federico Parra/AFP/Getty Images. ...
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