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  1. President Nicolas Maduro’s efforts to consolidate power amid a deepening economic and humanitarian crisis have drawn widespread international condemnation.

  2. CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — In a story sent April 17 about the arrest of two Chevron employees in Venezuela, The Associated Press misstated the title of a former executive who traveled ...

  3. WASHINGTON, April 19 (Reuters) - The United States and Colombia on Thursday cited new evidence of fraud in Venezuela's food import program for the needy, saying part of the funds often ...

  4. CARACAS/HOUSTON, April 17 (Reuters) - Venezuela arrested two Chevron Corp executives, the U.S. oil major said on Tuesday, in what appeared to be the first arrests of a foreign oil company ...

  5. Benedictine Sisters donate hosts to Venezuela

    St. Joseph News-Press5 days ago

    Sister Ruth Starman recalls reading about the food shortage in Venezuela around Easter time, where masses were being cancelled because the country didn’t have enough flour to make wafers ...

  6. EU Waves Sanctions Threat Over Venezuela Vote

    US News & World Report2 days ago

    The European Union warned on Thursday that it could impose further sanctions on Venezuela, threatening "appropriate measures" if democracy in Venezuela were undermined by elections ...

  7. Two employees of Chevron Corp., one of the few majors still helping Venezuela’s collapsing oil industry, were arrested there on Monday as President Nicolas Maduro ratchets up his crackdown ...

  8. Kimberley-Clark looks to begin arbitration against Venezuela

  9. Two Chevron Corp. employees were arrested in Venezuela on Monday amid a crackdown on alleged corruption in the oil industry by President Nicolas Maduro. “We have contacted the local authorities ...

  10. International health authorities are reporting outbreaks of diptheria in Venezuela and Haiti, and that cases of the potentially deadly illness have turned up in Colombia and Brazil as ...

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