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The United States extends travel ban (Video)
Donald Trump's third attempt to ban citizens entering the US from some states drops Sudan, relaxes restrictions on Iraqis, but adds Chad, North Korea and Venezuela.
Iran, Venezuela explore economic cooperation
Iranian and Venezuelan companies are looking for ways to continue economic cooperation, even increase bilateral trade, against the backdrop of American sanctions that were slapped on the South American country at the end of August.
Rouhani calls for stronger Tehran-Caracas ties
President Rouhani, at a meeting with his Venezuelan counterpart, stressed the need to expand ties between the two countries and hold meeting of the joint economic commission.
Macron to meet Venezuela opposition representatives
French President Emmanuel Macron, who last week called Venezuela a dictatorship, is scheduled to meet with opposition representatives, including the president and vice president of the opposition-governed congress, on Monday, his office says.
Venezuela: New assembly approves treason trials for opposition
The assembly said that it would pursue those it accuses of supporting US economic sanctions against the country.
US will use its power to restore democracy in Venezuela: Pence
US Vice President Mike Pence has said the United States will not allow the “collapse of Venezuela,” adding Washington will use “economic and diplomatic power” to restore democracy in the South American nation.
Venezuela 'congress in resistance' rejects new assembly
Venezuela's opposition-controlled congress on Saturday rejected the self-proclaimed lawmaking authority of a new legislative body elected last month at the behest of President Nicolas Maduro, widening the political divide in the crisis-hit country.
Venezuela faces outrage after new assembly takes legislative power
Venezuela's new legislative superbody was criticized by South American governments and Washington after giving itself the power to pass laws, superseding the opposition-led congress while ex-top prosecutor Luisa Ortega fled the country.
(video) Venezuela’s assembly moves to take power from elected congress
Venezuela’s new pro-government Constituent Assembly formally moved Friday to assume the powers of the opposition-dominated congress, completing what critics call a power grab that effectively puts all branches of government under the control of President Nicolás Maduro.
37 inmates killed in government raid on Venezuelan prison
Venezuela’s state prosecutor’s office said later on Wednesday that it was investigating 37 deaths in Amazonas.
Russia says Venezuela crisis must be resolved peacefully
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Wednesday stressed the need to resolve the crisis in Venezuela peacefully and without external intervention.
Maduro orders military exercises in response to Trump comments
Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro has held an “anti-imperialist” march in Caracas, seeking to capitalize on US leader Donald Trump’s threat of possible military intervention in the Latin American country.
Iran condemns US president ‘provocative’ remarks about Venezuela
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi strongly condemned the recent “provocative and meddlesome” remarks by US President Donald Trump about domestic developments in Venezuela and his suggestion of using the “military option” to resolve the country’s political crisis.
GOP senator takes shot at Trump for threatening Venezuela with war
A US Republican senator says Congress would “obviously” not authorize war against Venezuela after President Donald Trump threatened the crisis-hit South American country with a military action.
Venezuela prepares formal response to Trump 'military option'
Venezuela's government on Saturday prepared to deliver a stinging rebuke of US President Donald Trump after he said the United States was considering a "military option" regarding the crisis-stricken country.

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