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Nicolas Maduro assumed his second term as President of Venezuela on Thursday, Jan. 10, 2019

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Venezuela's Maduro to celebrate second term as crisis deepens

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Nicolas Maduro, Venezuela's president, center, gestures as he walks with Cilia Flores, first lady of Venezuela, during a 'Vow of Loyalty' event at the ...

Cuba's President Miguel Diaz-Canel, left, shakes hands with Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro last December. Cuba and Venezuela have deep ties, ...

Juan Guaidó, who has proclaimed himself interim president of Venezuela, speaks during a meeting with deputies, media, and supporters organized by the ...

Venezuelans living in Honduras hold a protest against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's government in Tegucigalpa

Maduro warns Venezuela army over Trump's 'invasion' plans

Venezuela's Maduro celebrates 2nd term as crisis deepens

Venezuela's self-proclaimed acting president seeks support for fresh elections

Canada is right to recognize Juan Guaido as the interim president of Venezuela

Juan Guaido declares himself interim president

Code Pink activist Medea Benjamin, surrounded by pictures of embattled Venezuelan President Nicolas Máduro and his predecessor, Hugo Chávez, ...

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Luis Almagro meets with Venezuelan migrants in Cucuta (picture-alliance/AP Photo/

Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves of SVG, left, and Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro. (Internet file photo)

Hungry crowds line up for rationed food at a supermarket in Caracas, Venezuela, this month, under the watchful eye of the Bolivarian National Guard.

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A man walks close to a graffiti that reads, "The people are dying of hunger" in Caracas, Venezuela August 21, 2018. (REUTERS)

Opposition leader Juan Guaidó, left, who is recognized by many nations as Venezuela's interim president, walks with his wife, Fabiana Rosales, ...

Canada Facilitates Meeting Between CARICOM And Venezuela's Opposition Leader

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Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland in Switzerland announcing Canada's support for Guaido. Photo: Alan

Costa Rica subscribes to the Declaration of the Lima Group that does not recognize the legitimacy of the new government of Nicolás Maduro in Venezuela.

As crisis in Venezuela escalates, Caribbean nations take sides, Haiti joins U.S.

Falcon and Maduro squared off in the May 20 elections (Jamez42 and Hugoshi)

Pro-government activists demonstrate in support of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and against United States

Canada, Mexico divided on Venezuela

Phone-tapping, fear and threats: Why an ex-Venezuelan judge is seeking refuge in Canada

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wants to overthrow the elected government of Venezuela, but seems happy with repressive monarchies in Middle East.

Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro (R) and Raul Castro, Cuba (picture-alliance

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Foreign Minster of Ecuador Guillaume Long (L) with Venezuelan Vice Minister for Latin American

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OAS chief says 'military action not ruled out' in Venezuela

Former leftist says President Nicolás Maduro's government must allow elections to get money it desperately needs

Latin American countries call for ICC to probe Venezuela

Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro delivers a speech during the ceremony of recognition by the Bolivarian National

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President Nicolas Maduro together with Socialist Party Vice-President Diosdado Cabello (R) next to a portrait of Hugo Chávez. (Jorge Silva / Reuters)

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and opposition leader Juan Guaido (picture-alliance/dpa/

Code Pink protester Medea Benjamin disrupts a meeting of the Council of the Organization of American

Maduro recalls Venezuelan diplomats in US as standoff intensifies

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U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Kimberly Breier, Juan Guaidó's wife Fabiana Rosales, U.S. Special

As Justin Trudeau lectures audiences on the need to uphold Venezuela's constitution the Liberals have recognized a completely illegitimate president in ...

Mexico's president-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador speaks during a news conference after a meeting

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó swore himself in as president on a copy of the constitution featuring Venezuelan founding father Simon Bolivar.

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On February 21st 2019, Ben Rowswell, President and Research Director of the Canadian International Council, provided testimony to the Senate Committee on ...

Maduro announces closure of Venezuela's diplomatic missions in US - Daily Sabah

Canada joins 13 nations calling on Venezuela to release political prisoners and return to democracy. '

Antigua And Barbuda Warns Of Splitting CARICOM On Venezuela Issue

President Maduro held a press conference on Friday. (Presidential Press)

Caracas: Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Saturday (local time) labeled the Latin American country's withdrawal from the Organisation of the American ...

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Beijing says Nicolas Maduro's place as Venezuela's president is a matter for its people. Photo

Venezuela's response to Pence: Yankee Go Home!

Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro talks to the media after arriving at Jose

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Nicolas Maduro and Vladimir Putin. Venezuelan President ...

In this government handout released by the Venezuelan presidency, Nicolas Maduro (C), his wife Cilia Flores (R), attend a military ceremony.

Caribbean Countries Protest Appointment Of New Venezuelan Representative At OAS

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Resolving the Venezuela Crisis: Is There a Case for Outside Military Intervention?

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Venezuelan opposition leader and self -declared acting president Juan Guaidó: has vowed to bring

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Hypocrisy versus Venezuela in the OAS

Isolation greets Maduro's new term as Venezuela's president

Norca De Moran, who is originally from Venezuela but now lives in Tulsa, holds a Venezuelan flag as she and other activists gathered outside the federal ...

Juan Guaido and Nicolas Maduro

Venezuelan opposition leader and self-proclaimed acting president Juan Guaido addresses supporters during a rally, as part of the “Operation Freedom” in ...

Nicolas Maduro speaks to a crowd of supporters flanked by his wife Cilia Flores to announce

Gustavo Tarre, seated, Venezuelan representative to the Organization of American States designated by opposition

Anti-government protesters create a burning roadblock in the Cotiza neighbourhood of Caracas, Venezuela

Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro greets supporters during a rally in Caracas

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Venezuela Swears In Opposition Leader as President

Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro, left, and first Lady Cilia Flores gesture to the media as they arrive for a session with the Constituent Assembly in ...

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John Kerry and Delcy Rodriguez agree to new era in U.S.-Venezuela relations at OAS Summit

Sixteen countries ask in the OAS that "security" of Juan Guaidó must be protected

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Employees of the University Hospital carry their boxes with basic goods provided by the government program "CLAP" (Local Committees for Supply and ...

Miami Herald: US rightly punishes Cuba over Venezuela

Hungry Venezuela Needs a New Economic Pathway