2019-03: Venezuela

  1. Russia Blocks Venezuela Measure at U.N., Calling It a U.S. Ploy for Regime Change (New York Times)2019-03-01
  2. Rivals US and Russia fail to get UN action on Venezuela (Washington Post)2019-03-01
  3. Inside the UN Security Council's double veto on Venezuela (CNN)2019-03-01
  4. Priest under siege in battle over Venezuela’s political soul (Washington Post)2019-03-01
  5. Exclusive: video shows Portland officers made deal with far-right group leader (The Guardian)2019-03-01
  6. US will pay $1 million for information on Osama bin Laden's son (CNN)2019-03-01
  7. Youth climate strikers: 'We are going to change the fate of humanity' (The Guardian)2019-03-01
  8. Two Ebola clinics burned down in DR Congo (Al-Jazeera)2019-03-01
  9. Dark past of Trump's point man on Venezuela (The New Zealand Herald)2019-03-01
  10. Hardship overshadows Venezuela’s carnival season (Washington Post)2019-03-01
  11. U.S. Issues New Penalties Against Venezuelan Officials, Vowing ‘Maduro Must Go’ (New York Times)2019-03-01
  12. U.S. Issues New Penalties Against Venezuelan Officials, Vowing ‘Maduro Must Go’ (New York Times)2019-03-01
  13. Venezuelans risk 'dangerous' trek as official borders remain shut (Al-Jazeera)2019-03-01
  14. Facing jail at home, Venezuela's self-declared president tours region (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-03-02
  15. US slaps new sanctions on Venezuela regime as Russia ups support (Daily Nation)2019-03-02
  16. US ramps up Venezuela sanctions as Guaido tours South America (Al-Jazeera)2019-03-02
  17. Shared Buddhist Faith Offers No Shield From Myanmar Military (New York Times)2019-03-02
  18. UN chief welcomes Libya rivals’ agreement to hold elections (Washington Post)2019-03-02
  19. Brazil vice president: Venezuela needs a change of government (Al-Jazeera)2019-03-02
  20. EU warns Venezuela's Maduro against arresting Guaido (The Star)2019-03-02
  21. Ex-Brazil president Lula leaves prison to attend grandson's funeral (The Guardian)2019-03-02
  22. Venezuela’s Guaido visits Ecuador to build pressure on rival (Washington Post)2019-03-03
  23. DR Congo: Felix Tshisekedi pledges to free political prisoners (Daily Nation)2019-03-03
  24. Opposition leader Guaido says he will risk return to Venezuela (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-03-03
  25. Venezuela's Guaido to 'return home soon', risking arrest (Al-Jazeera)2019-03-03
  26. Desperate Venezuelans cross Tachira River to survive (Al-Jazeera)2019-03-03
  27. Venezuela's indigenous migrants struggle to preserve traditions (Al-Jazeera)2019-03-03
  28. Venezuela’s Guaido urges supporters to protest on Monday (Washington Post)2019-03-03
  29. Guaido's military mutiny miscalculation (Al-Jazeera)2019-03-03
  30. Guaidó Vows Prompt Return to Venezuela as Absence Saps Opposition’s Momentum (New York Times)2019-03-03
  31. Venezuela's Guaido calls for nationwide protests to mark his return (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-03-03
  32. Guaidó says he’ll be returning to Venezuela for nationwide protests Monday (Washington Post)2019-03-03
  33. ‘Losing support by the hour’: Venezuela’s Maduro will be out of power soon, Colombian president says (Washington Post)2019-03-03
  34. Commercial plane crashes during the past five years (Washington Post)2019-03-11
  35. Venezuela’s crisis starts to look like a stalemate (Washington Post)2019-03-11
  36. No End in Sight to Venezuela’s Blackout, Experts Warn (New York Times)2019-03-11
  37. 'We're going to eat each other': Venezuela's pain without power (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-03-11
  38. Venezuelans struggle to find food, water as blackout continues (The Star)2019-03-11
  39. Your Monday Briefing (New York Times)2019-03-11
  40. Morocco drops case against Spanish activist who helped save lives at sea (The Guardian)2019-03-11
  41. Venezuela: blackouts in Caracas – in pictures (The Guardian)2019-03-11
  42. Venezuela blackout has killed 21 people, opposition leaders say (The Guardian)2019-03-11
  43. Venezuela’s crisis starts to look like a stalemate (Washington Post)2019-03-11
  44. Burning aid footage points to member of Venezuelan opposition (The New Zealand Herald)2019-03-11
  45. Power station blast adds to sense of chaos in Venezuela (Washington Post)2019-03-11
  46. City goes dry: Venezuela power crisis shuts down water plants (The New Zealand Herald)2019-03-11
  47. Venezuela heading for civil war, says ex-colonel (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-03-11
  48. Venezuelan migrants and refugees: Blackout was 'last straw' (Al-Jazeera)2019-03-11
  49. Nicolás Maduro blames 'demonic' Trump plot for blackout crippling Venezuela (The Guardian)2019-03-12
  50. Venezuela in crisis: Heartbreaking images of mother carrying dead daughter to morgue (The New Zealand Herald)2019-03-12
  51. U.S. State Department says its withdrawing remaining embassy staff from Venezuela, citing a deteriorating situation (Washington Post)2019-03-12
  52. U.S. to Pull Remaining Diplomatic Workers From Embassy in Venezuela (New York Times)2019-03-12
  53. Amid talk of Venezuelan civil war, US wants all embassy personnel out (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-03-12
  54. 'We call it survival': Venezuelans improvise solutions as blackout continues (The Guardian)2019-03-12
  55. U.S. pulling out remaining diplomats from Venezuela amid deteriorating conditions (Washington Post)2019-03-12
  56. U.S. Embassy in Venezuela Is Withdrawing Its Diplomatic Workers (New York Times)2019-03-12
  57. From Venezuela to Syria: When U.S. embassy staffers leave, they destroy documents and remove the flag (Washington Post)2019-03-12
  58. When U.S. Embassy staff leaves, they destroy papers and remove the flag (Washington Post)2019-03-12
  59. Venezuela: prominent journalist taken by intelligence service (The Guardian)2019-03-12
  60. Venezuelan attorney general says opposition leader Juan Guaido under investigation for alleged attack on power grid. (Washington Post)2019-03-12
  61. Venezuela: Guaidó under investigation for 'sabotage' of power grid (The Guardian)2019-03-12
  62. Venezuela braces for more protests as blackout continues (Al-Jazeera)2019-03-12
  63. Venezuelans turn highway off ramp into cellphone hotspot (Washington Post)2019-03-12
  64. Colombia: Even Maduro’s relatives seeking relief from outage (Washington Post)2019-03-12
  65. Venezuela, Seeking Blame for Blackout, Finds Culprit in Opposition Leader (New York Times)2019-03-12
  66. Caracas elites drink whisky and dance as ordinary Venezuelans fester in darkness (The New Zealand Herald)2019-03-12
  67. Venezuelan government targets Guaido as some power returns (Washington Post)2019-03-13
  68. Venezuelan crisis: Running out of food, power and cash in blackout (BBC)2019-03-13
  69. Guaido vows to oust Maduro as thousands protest in Venezuela (Daily Nation)2019-03-13
  70. UN Security Council to vote on Jaish-e-Muhammad chief sanctions (Al-Jazeera)2019-03-13
  71. Venezuela blackout: what caused it and what happens next? (The Guardian)2019-03-13
  72. Brazil school massacre: 'First time I've seen someone use a crossbow like that' (The New Zealand Herald)2019-03-13
  73. Barter and dollars the new reality as Venezuela battles hyperinflation (The Guardian)2019-03-14
  74. Who ordered Marielle Franco's murder? | David Miranda (The Guardian)2019-03-14
  75. Maduro’s muscle: Politically backed motorcycle gangs known as 'colectivos' are the enforcers for Venezuela’s authoritarian leader  (Washington Post)2019-03-14
  76. Taiwan cites US concerns over El Salvador-China relations (Washington Post)2019-03-14
  77. Last US diplomats in Venezuela prepare to head home (Washington Post)2019-03-14
  78. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says last remaining American diplomats in Venezuela have left the country (Washington Post)2019-03-14
  79. All US diplomats have left Venezuela: Pompeo (Al-Jazeera)2019-03-14
  80. Pompeo: All U.S. diplomats have left Venezuela as crisis deepens (Washington Post)2019-03-14
  81. All American diplomats have left Venezuela, says Pompeo (The Star)2019-03-14
  82. Maduro's muscle: Motorcycle gangs are the enforcers for Venezuela's authoritarian leader (The New Zealand Herald)2019-03-14
  83. Trump Administration Warns Venezuela Not to Arrest Opposition Leader (New York Times)2019-03-14
  84. Venezuela: power returns after blackout but normal service may be a long way off (The Guardian)2019-03-14
  85. Bolivia’s Morales, in Greece, backs Venezuela’s Maduro (Washington Post)2019-03-14
  86. Last remaining US diplomats leave Venezuela (Washington Post)2019-03-15
  87. No electricity, medicine or hope: despair rules in Maracaibo's hospitals (The Guardian)2019-03-15
  88. Greece backs Bolivian leader’s call for Venezuela dialogue (Washington Post)2019-03-15
  89. Inside the August plot to kill Maduro with drones (CNN)2019-03-15
  90. Darkness lingers for Venezuela’s most vulnerable (Washington Post)2019-03-15
  91. Venezuelan students use risky crossing to get to Colombia school (Al-Jazeera)2019-03-15
  92. Venezuela Was Crumbling. A Blackout Tipped Parts of It Into Anarchy. (New York Times)2019-03-15
  93. US eliminates coveted 5-year tourist visa for Cubans (Washington Post)2019-03-15
  94. Venezuelan government blames US for deadly ongoing blackout (The New Zealand Herald)2019-03-16
  95. Lawyer: German journalist detained in Venezuela set free (Washington Post)2019-03-16
  96. Maduro creates military unit to protect public service installations (Daily Nation)2019-03-16
  97. Venezuelan opposition launches new round of protests (Washington Post)2019-03-16
  98. Venezuela's oil industry at risk of collapse, oil watchdog warns (CNN)2019-03-16
  99. Venezuela's Guaido starts domestic tour to stir support (Daily Nation)2019-03-17
  100. ‘It Is Unspeakable’: How Maduro Used Cuban Doctors to Coerce Venezuela Voters (New York Times)2019-03-17