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Venezuelans protest Maduro's plan to rewrite constitution
Venezuela's government appears to be striking back against another challenge to its authority by detaining one of the 33 people named to the supreme court by the country's opposition-controlled congress
The Latest: New judge in court clash detained in Venezuela
Venezuelan authorities have detained one of the 33 people named to the supreme court by the country's opposition-controlled congress, further escalating political conflict
Venezuela power struggle intensifies in Supreme Court battle
Opposition lawmakers have appointed a slate of new judges to the government-stacked Supreme Court, which wasted no time in declaring them null
The Latest: Neighbors ask Venezuela to put off vote
The Mercosur trade bloc is asking Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro to suspend his plan to rewrite the troubled nation's constitution
Venezuela diplomat says he resigned to protest Maduro acts
Venezuelan diplomat Isaias Medina says he resigned because of the systematic persecution of civilians, "state terrorism" and violations of the constitution by President Nicolas Maduro's government
AP PHOTOS: Editor selections from Latin America, Caribbean
AP PHOTOS: A former Mexican governor is extradited from Guatemala, Venezuela's opposition holds an anti-Maduro referendum and 24-hour strike, and Uruguay starts selling marijuana in pharmacies.
The Latest: Venezuela UN diplomat calls on Maduro to resign
A Venezuelan diplomat to the United Nations is calling on President Nicolas Maduro to resign immediately.
AP Explains: What are Trump's options in Venezuela?
The Trump administration is threatening to take "strong and swift economic actions" if Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's proceeds with his plan to rewrite the troubled nation's constitution
Venezuela strike erupts into violence leaving 2 dead
A nationwide strike against plans to rewrite the constitution shut down much of Venezuelan's capital Thursday before erupting into sporadic violence that left at least two young men dead
OAS chief says he backs targeted sanctions against Venezuela
The leader of the Western Hemisphere's largest diplomatic body says he supports targeted sanctions against Venezuelan officials responsible for the political and economic turmoil gripping the South American nation