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Maduro ‘optimistic’ after opposition talks resume in Barbados

Delegations from both sides arrived in Barbados Monday morning to revive discussions, after a previous round in Norway petered out

Guaido says talks with Venezuela govt to resume, move to Barbados

​Dialogue between Venezuela's opposition and President Maduro's government will resume in Barbados, self-declared interim president Juan Guaido said

Guaido rules out new Venezuela talks for now

Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido says there are no plans to re-open talks with the 'murderous dictatorship' of President Nicolas Maduro

Venezuela’s former spy chief says Maduro could yet fall

The Venezuelan president could still lose power as the country is still going through an economic crisis

Venezuela’s Guaido says Norway talks to continue

Delegations representing the Venezuelan rivals met face-to-face in Oslo for the first time this week in a process begun two weeks ago

Venezuela to prosecute lawmakers who backed failed uprising

​Venezuela will prosecute seven lawmakers who backed last week's failed uprising orchestrated by opposition leader Juan Guaido

Backers ‘failed to follow through’ in abortive uprising — Venezuelan opp leader

Juan Guaido said it was "obvious today, there is widespread discontent from which the armed forces aren't immune."

Venezuela’s Guaido makes new bid to rally military support

​Opposition leader Juan Guaido will make a fresh bid on Saturday to rally Venezuela's armed forces behind him with protests at military bases

Venezuela opposition leader calls for massive May Day protest

Tensions in Venezuela have been ratcheted up after Juan Guaido announced on January 23 that he was the acting president under the constitution.

Rioting breaks out in Venezuela amid ‘attempted coup’

Venezuelan self-proclaimed acting president Juan Guaido said on Tuesday that troops had joined his campaign to oust President Nicolas Maduro

How the world is reacting to Venezuela ‘coup bid

The world is giving its reaction to the attempted coup in Venezuela

Venezuela says ‘attempted coup’ under way

Venezuelan opposition leader and self-proclaimed acting president Juan Guaido says that troops have joined his campaign to oust President Maduro

The art of hollow gestures

Magashulian diplomacy appears to be a finely tuned art of hollow grand gestures

Guaido urges Europe to tighten sanctions on Maduro regime

Guaido, who declared himself president in January, strongly condemned the decision by President Maduro to expel the German ambassador to Caracas

Guaido ramps up pressure after deadly Venezuela border clashes

Humanitarian aid, much of it from the United States, has become the centrepiece of the standoff between Maduro and Guaido

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