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Power Restored in Venezuela but Daily Struggle Continues
BOGOTA, Colombia—Blackouts across Venezuela appear to have been partially resolved—for now—as power finally returns to homes, hospitals, and ...
March 14, 2019
Venezuelans Take to the Streets Again as Country Endures Nationwide Blackouts
Thousands once again took to the streets of Caracas on March 9, as nationwide power cuts plunged the ...
March 10, 2019
Maduro Forces, Crime Groups Fight Over Minerals in Venezuela’s South as Oil Revenues Stagnate
The Venezuelan army, Colombian leftist guerrilla groups, and crime syndicates are warring for control of the country’s mines ...
March 3, 2019
Pence Says Socialism Dying, New Day Coming to Latin America
Vice President Mike Pence joined regional leaders from across Latin America and Canada on the morning of Feb. ...
February 25, 2019
Venezuelan Opposition Leader Guaidó Makes Surprise Appearance as Thousands Attend Venezuela Aid Concert
Thousands attending a concert to raise money for Venezuela’s humanitarian crisis at the Colombian border on Feb. 22 ...
February 23, 2019
Venezuelans Fleeing Socialism Say Trump Speech Gives Them Hope
BOGOTA, Colombia—Venezuelan refugees fleeing the socialist dictatorship of Nicolas Maduro into Cucuta, a humid border town, say they ...
February 20, 2019
US Military Planes Deliver More Aid to Colombia-Venezuela Border
Three U.S. military cargo planes touched down in the Colombian border city of Cúcuta, carrying aid for Venezuela.
February 17, 2019
Venezuelan Opposition Hopeful ‘River of People’ Will Break Maduro’s Humanitarian Aid Blockade
The Venezuelan military sparked a political showdown when security forces blocked off a bridge to prevent the entrance ...
February 11, 2019
Venezuelan Opposition Continues to Gather Momentum
Tens of thousands of protesters took to the streets of remote towns and metropolitan cities across Venezuela on ...
February 3, 2019
Israel, Australia Join Growing List of Countries Recognizing Venezuela’s Opposition Leader
CUCUTA, Colombia—Israel and Australia on Jan. 27 joined a growing list of countries pledging their support for Juan Guaidó, Venezuela's ...
January 28, 2019
Venezuela’s Maduro Left Internationally Isolated, Future of US Diplomats in Caracas Remains Uncertain
Following a tumultuous three days of growing civil unrest and rumors of a military takeover for his regime, ...
January 24, 2019
US Recognizes Venezuela Opposition Leader as Legitimate Interim President
BOGOTA, Colombia—U.S. President Donald Trump has recognized the head of Venezuela's opposition-controlled congress as the country's legitimate interim ...
January 23, 2019
Venezuelan Opposition Leader Briefly Detained After Invoking Constitution to Oust Maduro
BOGOTA, Colombia—The leader of Venezuela's opposition-controlled congress, the National Assembly, was briefly detained days after he invoked constitutional decrees ...
January 13, 2019
Latin American Nations Reject Legitimacy of Venezuelan Government, Impose Sanctions
Thirteen countries from across the Americas have slammed Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and introduced new economic and political ...
January 6, 2019
Colombian Government Uncovers ‘Plot to Kill President,’ Arrests 3 Venezuelans
BOGOTA, Colombia—The Colombian government has discovered a plot to assassinate President Iván Duque and has arrested three Venezuelans ...
December 30, 2018
6 Killed in Colombian Town Once Dubbed ‘Benchmark’ for Peace Process Advancements
Six people were killed on Dec. 17 evening in the remote Colombian town of Mapiripán in what the ...
December 19, 2018
False Social Media Rumors Cause Wave of Lynchings Across Latin America
A number of cases of lynchings caused by fake news or rumors dispersed via WhatsApp have occurred across ...
December 2, 2018
US Naval Ship Offers Free Care for Venezuelan Migrants in Colombia
USNS Comfort, a U.S. hospital ship deployed to Central and South America, has docked off the coast of ...
November 19, 2018
Refugee Camps Overflow as Number of Venezuelan Migrants Reaches 3 Million
According to the UNHCR, the number of people who have left Venezuela for other destinations around the world has ...
November 10, 2018
‘More Prepared to Die Than to Live’: Colombian Victims Testify Against FARC
The FARC were once principal actors in half a decade of war against the Colombian state.
October 28, 2018
Colombia’s Conflict Has Formally Ended but Victims’ Struggle for Truth Continues
Family members of those executed, then dressed up as guerrillas by military, fear they will never find out ...
October 23, 2018
Venezuelan Mining Massacre Suggests Expansion of Colombian Guerrilla Group ELN
A massacre at a remote gold mine in the state of Bolivar, Venezuela, is now being widely attributed ...
October 21, 2018
Beware of the Tax Man if You Ever Win the Lottery, Says Money Guru
Seeking to End Suffering by Ending Energy Poverty
Trump and Bolsonaro Pledge ‘Historic Remaking’ of US–Brazil Relations
Supreme Court to Consider State Prosecution of Illegal Immigrant Identity Theft
Top US Trade Officials Head to China Next Week for New Trade Talks
Cyclone Idai: Widespread Flooding and Devastation Impacting Millions in Southern Africa
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Supreme Court to Review Sentence of Beltway Sniper Co-defendant
Former CIA Contractor Nellie Ohr Provided Husband at DOJ With Russia Research
Trump ‘Looking Into’ Facebook Censoring of Top Social-Media Aide
Rep. Nunez Sues Twitter and Several Users for $250 Million for Defamation