Crisis in Venezuela: Anti-Government Protests Descend Into Violence
Security forces fired tear gas to block the way of protesters who want a referendum that could oust President Maduro who they blame for Venezuela’s acute economic crisis that involves chronic shortages of food, medication, electricity, and water.
Gas Prices to Jump 6,000 Percent in Venezuela and Still Remain the Cheapest in the World
President Nicolás Maduro announced the first hike in 18 years during a five hour televised address to the nation, but the price rise still means Venezuelans can fill their tanks for the price of a light breakfast.
The Hard Left Team Venezuela's Maduro Just Appointed to Tackle the Country's Crisis
Venezuela's President Maduro has shuffled his cabinet further to the left in response to the rising power of the opposition, and the country's acute economic crisis.