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'Hora Cero': Venezuela's crisis through a mother's eyes
A young mother becomes desperate as Venezuela's crisis deepens.
'Hora Cero': How a young mother copes with Venezuela's crisis
"Upheaval" describes everyday life in Venezuela. The South American country has been mired in an economic, political and humanitarian crisis that has spilled into the streets, with almost daily protests affecting the lives of 30 million people who either participate in them or are forced to
Venezuela's Maduro: 'Mr. Donald Trump, here is my hand'
Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro says he wants a meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump - the same man he routinely ridicules as a crass imperial magnate.
Credit Suisse bans trading of Venezuelan bonds
Credit Suisse is banning the trading and use of Venezuelan bonds, as the constitutional crisis in the South American country continues to escalate
Deposed Pakistani PM begins 2 days of rallies
Pakistan's deposed PM kicks off 2 days of rallies to show political strength despite disqualification by Supreme Court
Suspect arrested after vehicle hits 6 soldiers in Paris suburb
A man who allegedly slammed a vehicle into six French soldiers Wednesday morning has been arrested on a highway north of Paris following a manhunt, officials said. French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe informed the country's National Assembly that the "main suspect" had been arrested and a
The Latest: Regional diplomats reject Venezuela's assembly
Foreign ministers from 17 Western Hemisphere nations are condemning Venezuela's new constitutional assembly, saying their governments will refuse to recognize the all-powerful body
Pakistan's ousted Sharif vows to remain active in politics
Pakistan's ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has insisted that his removal from office did not mean his future in politics was over, as he plans to go head with a rally this week and fight a legal battle to reverse his disqualification
The Latest: Venezuela opposition urges nationwide protest
Venezuela's opposition is calling for a nationwide protest Tuesday against the government of socialist President Nicolas Maduro
Maduro vows 'maximum penalty' for attack on Venezuela base
Venezuela's pro- and anti-government factions are digging themselves further into their political trenches, with each side staking a claim at the powers granted them by dueling national assemblies