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UN pleads for more help to relieve Venezuelan refugee crisis

UNHCR estimates 4.3 million Venezuelans have fled economic and political turmoil in their country.

by Anthony Boadle, Reuters
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Chinese Foreign Ministry slams US 'interference' in Venezuela

This follows US president's order to freeze Caracas' assets and cut off funds.

by Reuters
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Russia not sending troops to Venezuela - Putin

The Russian president says interference in other countries' affairs may have serious consequences.

by Bernama
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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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Venezuelan protests peter out as Maduro hangs on

The standoff increased tensions between the US and Russia, who both accuse each other of interference.

by Luc Cohen & Angus Berwick, Reuters
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Venezuela's Guaido calls for 'largest march in history' in uprising effort

Choice of Workers’ Day for a major march is an appeal to the traditional base of Maduro and his predecessor Chavez.

by Luc Cohen & Angus Berwick, Reuters
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First shipment of Red Cross humanitarian aid arrives in Venezuela

by Reuters
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'US will use all economic, political means to hold Maduro accountable'

US Secretary of State Pompeo urges Venezuelan leader to leave his post so the country can return to normalcy.

by Reuters
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US to push UN to revoke credentials of Maduro gov't

US wants opposition leader Juan Guaido recognised as the country's legitimate leader, says Pence.

by Reuters
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Venezuelans rally to demand power, water and end to Maduro

Tens of thousands take to the streets to back opposition leader Juan Guaido.

by Vivian Sequera & Deisy Buitrago, Reuters
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Nerves fray, tempers flare as Venezuela blackout hits fourth day

President Nicolas Maduro seen as intent on staying put.

by Brian Ellsworth & Mayela Armas, 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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More US aid for Venezuela touches down amid distribution uncertainty

It's not clear whether Maduro will allow supplies to cross into Venezuela.

by Steven Grattan, Reuters
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