The Venezuelan economy contracted by 4.5% from January to September of 2015.
Venezuela Head of Congress Henry Ramos expressed critique of President Nicolas Maduro on live television.
Franqui Francisco Flores-de Freitas and Efrain Antonio Campo-Flores, nephews of Venezuelan first lady Cilia Flores were arrested and flown to New York.
Brazil welcome Venezuela in the hope of kick-starting their World Cup Qualifying campaign.
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In line with the 3rd United Nation's Annual International Day of Happiness, Gallup researchers have released the Gallup Positive Experience Index 014 survey results, hailing Latin American countries as the top 10 happiest countries in the world, Live Science reported.
Maduro released a statement revealing that he may travel to Washington to challenge Obama on the legality of the decree.
Venezuelan journalist Nairobi Pinto is still missing and her kidnapping might be related to political interests, according to student leader Gaby Arellano.
2013's Miss Universe tweeted about her distaste with the government of the late Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez, expressing her discontent with the state of her country and criticizing Chávez' policies.
Pope Francis made a call to the government of Venezuela to end the violence which has increased in recent days against protesters who have invaded the streets of the country's main cities, asking that the government maintain peace dialogues with the opposition.
The President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, said on Tuesday, October 29 that he is ready to face his political rivals in a revoking referendum of his term in 2016 and asked his followers to abandon "internal wars" to focus on December's elections.
On Tuesday, the government of the United States of America ordered the expulsion of three Venezuelan diplomats after Venezuela's President, Nicolás Maduro, ordered the expulsion of three American consuls from Caracas last week.
The anti-government protests and the official demonstrations in favor of President Nicolás Maduro's government once more filled the streets of Venezuela's main cities on Thursday, showing a divided Venezuela, wrapped in a wave of violence that has killed six people and left dozens injured.
President Nicolás Maduro threatened to expel CNN from Venezuelan soil if it doesn't comply to "ratify" the information it has broadcast regarding the wave of political protests in the country.
The protests in Venezuela against the government of President Nicolás Maduro continue on Wednesday, increasing in intensity after news broke out about the death of a young marketing student and beauty queen, Génesis Carmona, who was interned at a hospital on Tuesday night because she was shot in the head.