President Donald Trump loses interest in Venezuela after an attempt to remove President Nicolás Maduro failed and he remains in power, Washington Post officials said. In April, a US-backed offer by the Venezuelan opposition failed to remove Maduro When senior Venezuelan government and military officials rejected the promise of a pageant and instead sided with the president. According to US …Read More »
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Karen DeYoung Associate Editor and Senior National Security Correspondent 19. June at 22:35 Last winter, the overthrow of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro President Trump seemed to be a sure bet, a quick foreign policy to gain momentum as other initiatives in Asia and the Middle East faltered or failed went in the wrong direction. Then came spring, when Juan Guaidó, …Read More »
Media playback is not supported on your device. Media Title What are the real reasons for Venezuela's blackouts? inner circle, not with the opposition. The big question is why they have withdrawn, though this Washington Post article tells a pretty convincing story of the intrigue. It is clear that this was a sophisticated scheme, as we most likely will not …Read More »
Media playback is not supported on your device. Media Signature Venezuela Crisis: The Four Countries Interested in the Presidential Battle Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has proposed an early election for the National Assembly under the leadership of the opposition leader Juan Guaidó. Maduro addressed his followers in Caracas and did not set a date for the vote, which is currently …Read More »
Military policemen confront government protesters on Altamira Square in Caracas (Venezuela) on Tuesday. Edilzon Gamez / Getty Images Hide caption Caption switch Edilzon Gamez / Getty Images Military policemen confront government pro-Guaidó demonstrators in Altamira Square on Tuesday in Caracas, Venezuela. Edilzon Gamez / Getty Images The plane was on asphalt. Nicolás Maduro, the controversial president of Venezuela, was ready …Read More »
Live Uprising in Venezuela: Opposition leader Juan Guaido calls for a military uprising against President Nicolas Maduro, calling it a "coup attempt"
The video of the above player shows how the supporters of the Venezuelan opposition clash with the security forces. Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó took to the streets on Tuesday with a small contingent of heavily armed troops as he made a brave attempt to wage a military uprising against President Nicolas Maduro. The early morning rebellion seems to have …Read More »
Venezuela's Juan Guaido declares 'final phase' of operation to topple Maduro: Live updates Guaido speaks to supporters at a rally in March. FEDERICO PARRA / AFP / Getty Images In his dawn address, opposition leader Juan Guaido announced "
 Nicolas Maduro. Here's a timeline of the country's Crisis since last year: May 2018: Nicolas Maduro, who has been president since 2013 and has been in economic decline for several years, secures another six-year team after winning the election and denounced it as a sham by the opposition and the international community. August 2018: Several drones armed with an …Read More »
. 19659003] Reuters Caption President Nicolás Maduro held a rally in Caracas Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro plans to add another million people to his civilian militia by the end of the year. Call for militia expansion – which goes straight to Mr Maduro – comes as opposition leader Juan Guaidó seeks to persuade the Venezuelan military to give up the …Read More »
CARACAS / MARACAIBO (Reuters) – Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro ordered an increase in civilian militia by nearly one million members on Saturday when opposition leader Juan Guaido was traveling in western Zulia, hit hard by blackouts. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro speaks during a ceremony celebrating the 17th anniversary of the return of President Hugo Chavez to power following a coup …Read More »
Russian President Vladimir Putin shakes hands with his Venezuelan counterpart Nicolas Maduro during a meeting in the royal city of Novo-Ogaryovo outside Moscow on 5 December REUTERS Moscow – The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia declared that Russian military personnel who arrived in Venezuela on the weekend, has every right to be there. The gap between Russia and the …Read More »