Published: Jul 06, 2022
The oil and gas industry is "under siege" due to years of under-investment, the Opec Secretary-General Mohammad Barkindo said on Tuesday, adding the resulting supply shortage could be eased if extra supplies from Iran and Venezuela were allowed to flow.
Published: Jul 11, 2021
Three days of intense fighting between state security forces and armed criminal groups in the most populous district of Venezuelas capital has left more than 20 people dead and dozens displaced in the nations latest escalation of gang violence, officials said Saturday.
Published: Jan 06, 2020
CARACAS, Venezuela - The government of President Nicolás Maduro attempted a de facto takeover of Venezuela's legislature on Sunday, swearing in its own candidate as head of the National Assembly in a move apparently orchestrated to rob international credibility from Juan Guaidó, who had led the body and has staked a rival claim as head of state.
Published: Mar 10, 2019
As the United States has quickly ratcheted up sanctions against Venezuela to pressure Nicolas Maduro, bankers say they are shying away from doing even legitimate business with the crisis-wracked oil-producing country for fear of getting caught in the crossfire.
Published: Feb 24, 2019
International pressure mounted against Venezuela's leader Nicolas Maduro on Sunday, with Washington vowing to "take action" after opposition efforts to bring humanitarian aid into the country descended into bloody chaos.
Published: Feb 23, 2019
Venezuela braced for a showdown between the military and regime opponents at the Colombian border on Saturday, when self-declared acting president Juan Guaido has vowed humanitarian aid would enter his country despite a blockade.