Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro Now Has a $15 Million Bounty on His Head for Drug Trafficking Charges
The U.S. indicted Maduro, several other members of the Venezuelan government, and the two members of the Colombian rebel group FARC on drugs and weapons charges.
Juan Guaidó’s World Tour Ended With an Angry Mob Attacking Him at the Airport Chanting ‘Fascist’ and ‘Murderer’
One employee of the state-run airline even poured a can of soda over the opposition leader.
In Caracas, the subway stopped and traffic lights went off, and people rushed to get home before the city went entirely dark.
With names like "Fuerza Motorizada," and "Alexis Vive," these paramilitary gangs put down protests and protect Maduro.
As recently as May, there was talk of military intervention. Now, Trump is reportedly losing interest and patience.
“The dictatorship has kidnapped the Vice President of the Assembly at the hands of his political police,” Juan Guaidó tweeted.
The future of Venezuela could be determined in the next few days.
“People will keep coming until Venezuela is left empty.”
“Things were already difficult. How much worse can they get?”
Trinidad and Tobago is having a massive surge in Venezuelan asylum seekers
We spent the weekend on the Venezuela-Colombia border with people who risked their lives trying to bring vital humanitarian aid into their country.