Juan Guaid led a rally of hundreds of Venezuelans to demand Nicols Maduro hold free and fair presidential elections in 2024.
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido on Thursday called on authorities to schedule a date for the country's next presidential vote, after years of bitter clashes with President Nicolas Maduro during a deep economic and social crisis. "We are demanding a date for a presidential election that means change for Venezuela," Guaido told reporters as he held a march in the capital Caracas. Maduro's government, has to date committed to elections tentatively scheduled for late 2
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido on Thursday called on authorities to schedule a date for the country's next presidential vote, after years of bitter clashes with President Nicolas Maduro during a deep economic and social crisis.
The incident at state oil company PDVSA's 146,000-barrel-per-day El Palito refinery occurred on Wednesday when a fuel tank was struck by lightning, Interior Minister Remigio Ceballos said in a state TV broadcast late that day, without providing further details. PDVSA, which operates Venezuela's entire refining system, did not immediately reply to a request for comment. Power outages, blackouts and equipment malfunctioning are very common in the South American country, whose aging ref
Venezuela is allowing partners in state oil company PDVSA's joint ventures to leave - by selling their shares to others or returning them - so long as they forgo payment for past debts and unpaid dividends, four people close to the matter said.
Ana Villalobos remembers what she went through to get from Venezuela to the United States: going hungry, sleeping in the open and crossing rivers and forests with her young son.
In July officials from Venezuela's telecommunications regulator entered the Moda 105.1 FM radio station, in the northwestern state of Cojedes, accompanied by members of the national guard and demanding to see all the station's licensing.
Top officials from the U.S. State and Treasury departments are discussing proposals for a fund that could release over $3 billion to provide humanitarian aid to Venezuelans through the United Nations, according to nine people close to the talks.
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Venezuela is increasingly auctioning off economic and territorial control of its troubled oil sector and vast natural resources, forging particularly close ties with Iran’s Islamist regime.
A family in Venezuela needed on average the equivalent of 28.32 months' worth of minimum wages to be able to properly afford food for a month.
MIAMI (AP) The head of the Organization of American States unfairly maligned the...
In case of a mass exodus of Haitians, the Biden administration is weighing a plan to temporarily hold the migrants in a third country or use an existing center in Guantanamo Bay, according to a report on Sunday.
Man throws petrol bombs attached with fireworks at a migration centre in Dover before reportedly killing himself.
Priti Patel told parliament that making all small boat crossings a crime would deter asylum seekers
The Ministry of Defence said 990 people arrived on Saturday, bringing this year's total to 39,430.
ICE announced that it had conducted an anti-smuggling operation in Guatemala that nabbed more than 20 smugglers and rescued dozens of smuggled migrants.
The poets memoir joins a growing body of work chronicling the personal and political odysseys undocumented Americans face.
Eagle Pass has been a way station for undocumented immigrants for years, but recently their numbers have grown – and residents are divided
Moroccan police on Friday arrested 32 migrants as they tried to set sail for Spain, authorities said, including six Moroccans and 26 from other African nations to the south.
No president, Democratic or Republican, can unilaterally shut a 2,000-mile border to refugees fleeing to the United States.
Sunak and Macron held their first telephone call since Sunak became prime minister earlier this week.
In addition to reporting unprecedented numbers of migrant deaths over the past years, Border Patrol has recorded a sharp increase in rescues and life-saving operations to assist migrants in distress.
NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) Fighting broke out Friday between two groups at a migrant camp in Cyprus, a melee that left two people injured, set 20 tents ab...
When Pau Pijoan began winemaking in Mexico's Guadalupe Valley it was home to little more than a dozen producers. Two decades later, he fears it is becoming a victim of its own success.
After a virtual edition in 2020, and hybrid version last year, the Cervantino International Festival is back in person and celebrating 50 years.
U.S. authorities approved Mexico's government plan to recover its Category 1 aviation rating, revoked roughly a year and a half ago, according to a statement published by the Mexican Foreign Ministry on Friday.
The U.N. human rights office on Friday condemned the killing of an anti-dam activist in the southern Mexico state of Oaxaca. Oaxaca state prosecutors said the body of Filogonio Martnez was found Wednesday and didn't show signs of violence. But the office of the U.N. High...
Mexican state oil company Pemex on Friday reported its third quarter net loss narrowed to $2.58 billion (52.0 billion pesos), but said it had suffered from increased sales costs as well as currency exchange losses as the peso weakened against the dollar.
Mexico's economic activity indicators in the third quarter point to economic growth in line with forecasts of 2.4% annual growth in 2022, the country's finance ministry said on Friday.
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Grupo Televisa , Mexico's largest broadcaster, expects its ViX streaming service to be profitable by the end of 2023, Chief Executive Alfonso de Angoitia said Friday.
The Mexican Grand Prix will stay on the Formula 1 calendar until 2025 after a fresh, three-year deal was struck between the promoters and Liberty Media.
Grupo Televisa , Mexico's largest broadcaster, on Thursday said its third-quarter net profit jumped 47% from a year earlier, boosted by lower financial expenses.
The Petro administration plans to pour money into rural communities to stop the drug trade at its source.
Sonny Sanchez, 46, faces a charge of first-degree murder in the shooting death of Greg Garcia in September.
Colombia's state-controlled oil company Ecopetrol on Friday replaced the head of its board of directors, just one day after his appointment, hitting its already-weak peso currency.
Production of coca and potential production of cocaine in Colombia reached its highest recorded levels in two decades, the U.N. revealed.
Colombia's government may change its position on prohibiting new contracts for oil exploration, director of public credit Jose Roberto Acosta said on Thursday, citing the valuable income brought by the sector.
The brand recently launched MOPA MOPA. The new collection consists of only 360, hand-decorated bottles, starting at $3,850 a bottle.
Colombia's Congress on Wednesday approved a law to allow President Gustavo Petro to seek peace deals with leftist rebels and criminal groups tied to drug trafficking via negotiations and processes of surrender. Petro, the country's first leftist president, has proposed a process of "total peace" to bring Colombia's internal armed conflict of almost six decades to an end. The new law will enable Petro to begin peace talks with guerrilla organization the National Liberat
Colombia's Congress on Wednesday approved a law to allow President Gustavo Petro to seek peace deals with leftist rebels and criminal groups tied to drug trafficking via negotiations and processes of surrender.
Colombian Finance Minister Jose Antonio Ocampo has asked the country's central bank to discuss liquidity in futures markets in its monthly meeting this Friday, he said on Wednesday, at a time when local currency and public debt are experiencing turbulence from domestic uncertainty.
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SAN JOSE DEL GUAVIARE, Colombia The grizzled farmers had come on motorcycles and in pickups from jungle homesteads to a soccer field hours from the nearest town of any...
President Gustavo Petro, Colombia's first leftist president, has denounced the war on drugs and vowed a new strategy.