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Pompeo visits Colombia, where he will meet with Guaidó

The head of US diplomacy, Mike Pompeo, will meet on Monday in Colombia with the Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó, on his first stop of a three-day trip to Latin America and the Caribbean.

Venezuela contact group, including Costa Rica, recognizes Guaido as speaker

A dozen countries working on ways to end Venezuela's crisis on Thursday gave their backing to opposition leader Juan Guaido as parliamentary speaker, rejecting the claims of a rival.

US eyes sanctions over growing Russian support for Venezuela

The United States will take action in response to growing Russian support for Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, a senior US official warned Monday.

Guaido and rival both claim to be Venezuela’s parliament speaker

The United States congratulated Guaido on being re-elected as speaker and said it condemned the failed efforts of the former Maduro regime to negate the will of the democratically elected National Assembly.

TIAR countries approve sanctions, increasing pressure against Maduro government

Of the nearly 4.5 million people who have fled Venezuela, 1.4 million are in Colombia.

Contact group on Venezuela says ‘status quo not an option’

The number of Venezuelans fleeing economic devastation at home under Maduro is likely to soar from 4.5 million currently to 6.5 million next year.

TIAR countries prepare to sanction those close to Maduro

TIAR began this week to determine which people related to Maduro could be sanctioned for violations of human rights, corruption and money laundering.

Uproar as Venezuela wins seat on UN rights council

Human Rights Watch condemned Thursday's vote as a slap in the face to the people of Venezuela and the international community.

Countries of inter-American defense pact open road to sanctions against Venezuela

The initiative, promoted by the United States, was approved by 16 votes in favor out of a total of 19 countries

The ‘orphans’ of the Venezuelan exodus

With 3.6 million Venezuelans who have left their country since 2016, according to the UN, infants growing up in foster homes have multiplied, with grandparents as primary caregivers.

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