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Venezuela's Maduro expels US diplomats, rejects sanctions
Venezuela ordered the expulsion of the top two US diplomats in the country Tuesday, charging it was the victim of a "political and financial lynching" after Washington tightened sanctions over Nicolas Maduro's reelection.
Maduro wins Venezuela election amid outcry over vote
Venezuela's leftist President Nicolas Maduro won a new six-year term on Sunday, but his main rivals disavowed the election alleging massive irregularities.
Venezuela's Maduro eyes second term despite economic woes
Venezuelans, reeling under a devastating economic crisis, voted Sunday in an election boycotted by the opposition but expected to hand President Nicolas Maduro a new mandate.
Incumbent Maduro seeks second term in elections
Venezuela’s socialist President Nicolas Maduro seeks a second six-year term in elections on Sunday that are being boycotted by the opposition.
Venezuela uses Iran's experiences to solve its problems: Diplomat
Venezuelan ambassador to Tehran said on Monday that his country has been making use of Iran's experiences in solving problems.
Iran, Venezuela sign pharmaceutical MoU
A comprehensive memorandum of understanding (MoU) on cooperation between Iran and Venezuela in the field of pharmaceuticals was signed in a ceremony attended by Iran’s minister of health, treatment and medical education and Venezuelan foreign minister.
Iranian, Venezuelan FMs meet in Tehran
The Iranian foreign minister held talks with his Venezuelan counterpart on various issues in a meeting in Tehran on Saturday.
Zarif meets with Venezuelan counterpart in Tehran
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad-Javad Zarif met with visiting Venezuelan counterpart Jorge Arreaza in Tehran on Saturday morning, MNA reported.
Maduro says 17 detained over assault on opposition event
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said 17 people have been arrested over an attack on a rival presidential candidate’s campaign.
Sixty eight killed in Venezuelan police station riot and fire
Rioting and a fire in the cells of a Venezuelan police station in the central city of Valencia killed 68 people on Wednesday, according to the government and witnesses.
UN seeks rare labor probe against Venezuela
The UN's labor body on Wednesday set up an investigation into alleged violations in Venezuela, following a request by a private-sector group long opposed to the Caracas government.
100,000 Venezuelans claimed refugee status since 2017: UN
Nearly 100,000 people who fled Venezuela have claimed refugee status since the start of 2017, the UN said Tuesday, as it ramped up response plans for a displacement crisis likely to worsen.
Venezuela launches own digital currency ‘Petro’
Venezuela has officially launched its own digital currency to become the first country with its own oil-backed cryptocurrency.
Iran's EU policy collaborative: Envoy
Iran's policies toward the European Union are collaborative and bilateral relations are increasing, said Iranian envoy in Venezuela.
Colombia needs international help with Venezuela refugee crisis: Pres. Santos
Colombia said it needs international aid to cope with the humanitarian crisis that has resulted from the flow across the border of hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans fleeing economic hardship in their own country.

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