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Venezuela opposition, government leaders travel to Norway for possible talks

The trip suggests the two sides may be seeking a fresh approach after the repeated failure of dialogue. 

by Corina Pons, Mayela Armas, Reuters
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Venezuelans set up burning barricades over lack of power, water

Two major blackouts have fuelled public anger with the government of President Nicolas Maduro.

by Deisy Buitrago, Reuters
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Venezuela's Guaido calls for massive protest as blackout drags on

Nicolas Maduro, meanwhile, blames the outages on cyber attacks directed from abroad.

by Mayela Armas & Deisy Buitrago, Reuters
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After Venezuelan troops block aid, Maduro faces 'diplomatic siege'

Rival Juan Guaido urges foreign powers to consider 'all options' in ousting Maduro.

by Angus Berwick, Sarah Marsh & Roberta Rampton, Reuters
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Maduro's troops block Venezuela aid convoy with tear gas, bullets

Maduro's government on a collision course with Washington.

by Steven Grattan, Anggy Polanco & Mayela Armas, Reuters
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Opposition leader calls for 'million volunteers' in Venezuela aid standoff

Juan Guaido sets Feb 23 deadline for a showdown with Maduro.

by Bernama
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US steps up pressure on Maduro via sanctions, aid airlift

The measures are seen as a wider attempt to undermine the Venezuelan president.

by Andy Sullivan & Idrees Ali, Reuters
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With border blocked, desperate Venezuelans ask how US aid will arrive

Despite widespread hunger and shortage of staple goods, Maduro vows to turn back US aid.  

by Anggy Polanco & Nelson Bocanegra, Reuters
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Trump says sending US troops to Venezuela 'an option'

The US president turns down Maduro's request for a meeting.

by Reuters
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Maduro proposes new parliament vote as Venezuelans protest

The president seeks to shore up his rule after a senior general defected to the opposition.

by Ana Isabel Martinez & Angus Berwick, Reuters
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As nations turn against him, Venezuela's Maduro parades with military

The embattled president tells the world the display shows he has military backing.

by Vivian Sequera, Reuters
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US calls on world to 'pick a side' on Venezuela

Europe signals it were set to follow Washington in recognising Juan Guaido as president.

by Michelle Nichols & Mayela Armas, Reuters
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Kremlin-linked contractors help guard Venezuela's Maduro

Sources say there may be up to 400 Russian contractors in the country amid US-backed opposition protests.

by Maria Tsvetkova & Anton Zverev, Reuters
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US seeks to cut off money for Venezuela's Maduro, aid opposition

Washington steps up pressure on increasingly isolated Venezuelan president.

by Steve Holland & Brian Ellsworth, Reuters
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As world looks on, Venezuela's Guaido to keep up pressure on Maduro

Congress chief swore himself in as interim head of state with the support of the US and Canada.

by Brian Ellsworth, Reuters
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Former Venezuela Supreme Court judge flees to US, denounces Maduro

The ally-turned-foe says Maduro doesn't deserve a second chance.

by Reuters
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