French sex workers have lodged a constitutional challenge to a 2016 law making it illegal to pay for sex, reopening a debate on whether women should be free to sell their bodies.Full Story
Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino Lopez said the armed forces won't recognize Juan Guaido, an imposed interim president.Full Story
Maduro cut relations with the U.S. and said that envoys of the countries who have stopped recognizing him as elected president have 72 hours to leave the country.
The Venezuelan right-wing, backed by the United States and other right-wing governments in the region, continue with their coup agenda against the Bolivarian government.
Around 500 Venezuelans will leave Ecuador this week after a series of xenophobic events.
Supporters of President Maduro and parts of the opposition were marching Wednesday Jan 23, a date that marks the 61st anniversary of the end of Marcos Perez Jimenez' dictatorship.
While the so-called Lima Group and the U.S. refused to recognize Maduro's new mandate, many progressive governments and international organizations have shown support and solidarity to Maduro.
Venezuelan Communication Minister Jorge Rodriguez said the group seeks to generate violence during opposition protests on Jan. 23 and thus justify international interference.
Hooded criminals threw molotov cocktails at the Memorial Childhood Home of Robert Serra located in Caracas, the Venezuelan capital.
A small group of conspirators attempting to steal weapons were stopped by the Venezuelean Armed Forces. They were caught and put up for questioning.
"I thank every man, woman, young man, boy and girl of the country," President Nicolas Maduro tweeted.