Aug 3 Ecuador said on Monday it had won
overwhelming investor support for a $17.4 billion foreign debt
restructuring, hailing it as an economic turning point following
years of economic stagnation and one of the region's worst
CARACAS Venezuela's pro-government supreme court has ousted the leaders of two key opposition parties and put them in the hands of politicians widely accused of being shadow allies of the ruling Socialist Party, months ahead of legislative elections.
CARACAS A former U.S. soldier captured in Venezuela said on Wednesday that he had been contracted by a Florida security firm to seize control of Caracas' airport and bring in a plane to fly President Nicolas Maduro to the United States. | Video
CARACAS Venezuelan authorities have detained two U.S. citizens working with a U.S. military veteran who has claimed responsibility for a failed armed incursion into the oil producing country, President Nicolas Maduro said on Monday. | Video
CARACAS Venezuelan Cardinal Baltazar Porras led Easter Mass on Sunday from an empty church, offering a sermon that was broadcast over Instagram to hundreds of people quarantined in their homes because of the coronavirus pandemic. | Video
CARACAS Venezuela's acute fuel shortages are leaving medical professionals stuck in gas lines or struggling to reach their place of work just as the coronavirus outbreak threatens to overwhelm the crisis-stricken country's battered health system.
CARACAS Venezuela should form an emergency government made up of the opposition and some members of the ruling Socialist Party to receive foreign aid needed to confront the coronavirus outbreak, opposition leader Juan Guaido said in an interview on Sunday.
CARACAS The arrival of coronavirus in Venezuela is fueling concerns the disease could spread like a fast-moving fire through the country's notoriously overcrowded and unsanitary prisons.
CARACAS Roadblocks across Venezuela snarled the transportation of goods on Tuesday and businesses in the capital Caracas reported that food deliveries failed to arrive, in signs that a national coronavirus quarantine could worsen a humanitarian crisis.
CARACAS, March 17 Roadblocks across Venezuela
snarled the transportation of goods on Tuesday and businesses in
the capital Caracas reported that food deliveries failed to
arrive, in signs that a national coronavirus quarantine could
worsen a humanitarian crisis.