Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro promised to shave his moustache if his government doesn’t meet a deadline for completing 1 million houses
The price band formula has been used before as a way out of crisis
Mariam Habach Santucci was crowned in a beauty pageant held in Caracas
Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez was convicted and sentenced to almost 14 years in prison
Venezuela asked for changes to some language regarding any political transition but discussions are ongoing
The program to train young Palestinians as doctors was to be the latest addition to an array of international solidarity programs
The loss in Group C eliminated Venezuela, which got an 84th-minute goal from Miku
U.N. diplomats said Russia wants the Security Council resolution to include an arms embargo on all parties in Yemen conflict
The plunge in crude prices has pummeled the public finances of Iran and Venezuela
Maduro landed on Saturday in Riyadh where Deputy Crown Prince Moqren bin Abdul Aziz received him
In his first speech to the U.N. General Assembly, President Nicolas Maduro accused Western powers of helping create ISIS crisis in the Middle East
Under the new system, the scanners would be used to prevent people from making repeat trips to the supermarket
Venezuela pledges to provide the Palestinian Authority with an initial shipment of 240,000 barrels
Experts say the policy change indicates relations between the two countries have reached a significant low.
the Information war escalated last week as the government blocked images on Twitter after violence in Caracas claimed three lives
Triggering the expulsion was the Obama administration's siding with opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez
Venezuela is in some ways more restrictive than China, India or Pakistan, closer to Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait
President Nicolas Maduro faces his first electoral test since being elected nearly eight months ago
Gabriela Isler, the freshly-crowned Venezuelan Miss Universe, began her duties on Sunday in Moscow, strutting around in a $1 million jewel-studded ...
A Miami Herald journalist was detained by Venezuelan authorities while reporting on politics and the chronic shortages in the South American country, ...
Venezuela’s newspapers are struggling -- and some closing -- as new restrictions have limited the import of newsprint, a trend some say was ...
Venezuela and the Western-backed Palestinian Authority on Saturday signed agreements which include deals to sell oil to the occupied territories at a ...
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro offered Friday to grant asylum to U.S. intelligence leaker Edward Snowden, giving a possible escape route to the ...
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