Last April, as a military uprising roiled Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro’s socialist government ordered pay TV providers to immediately cease transmission of CNN and the BBC. DirecTV, which is wholly owned by AT&T, quickly obliged, yanking the two netwo...
Socialist gangs loyal to Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro attacked a convoy of opposition lawmakers outside the country's National Assembly in Caracas on Wednesday, consequently preventing them from entering the building for the second time this mont...
Democratic presidential contender and former Vice President Joe Biden failed his geography lesson in a recent policy discussion about South America. In a video-recorded interview last month with the editorial board of The Des Moines Register, Biden sai...
Cuba's communist regime has urged its citizens to visit the Iranian embassy in Havana to sign a book of condolence for the late Iranian terror chief Qasem Soleimani following his assassination by a U.S. drone strike.
HispanTV, a Spanish-language propaganda outlet owned by the government of Iran, published a report Wednesday touting a visit by senior members of Nicolás Maduro's socialist regime in Venezuela to the Iranian embassy with the purpose of mourning General...
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Thursday called for an end to the political crisis currently gripping Venezuela, saying that leaders there should clear the way for free and fair elections at the end of 2020.
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Venezuelan President Juan Guaidó successfully entered the country's National Assembly on Tuesday after an army of socialist riot police kept him out of his office on Sunday, beginning the first legislative session of the year amid a blackout.
The federal government has brought nearly 1,400 refugees to the United States over the last year from foreign countries listed on President Donald Trump's constitutional travel ban.
Chaos ensued outside of the top legislature in Venezuela, the National Assembly, on Sunday as dictator Nicolás Maduro deployed police and National Guard forces to block anti-Maduro members of the Assembly from entering the legislative headquarters, inc...
Nicolás Maduro’s government moved aggressively to wipe out what remains of resistance to his socialist rule, attempting to install a pliant leadership in congress in a move opponents compared to an attempted coup in Venezuela’s last democratic in...
Qasem Soleimani, the head of Iran's external terrorism forces eliminated overnight Friday by a U.S. drone strike, oversaw every military decision taken by Iran in Latin America, according to a report by the Argentine news network Infobae last year.
People in Venezuela have faced widespread gasoline shortages since Monday despite boasting some of the world's largest oil reserves because the socialist regime failed to distribute supplies to fuel stations on time.
CARACAS, Venezuela – The late 2000s were a hip time for smug leftists around the world, who were quick to praise the new sweetheart on the socialist housing block: Venezuela.
What is the Christmas season like for those in some of the world's most oppressive communist regimes? Breitbart takes a look.
The Organization of American States (OAS) hosted a conference on Wednesday denouncing Cuba's use of international slave doctors that continue to form an integral part of the communist regime's foreign policy.
Many in Venezuela are expressing outrage over the Maduro regime's decision to spend money on elaborate Christmas lighting as the country continues to suffer regular blackouts.
Congress included on Monday $400 million in humanitarian funding for Venezuela in a mandatory appropriations bill to keep the government running.
An advocacy group organized in response to chronic blackouts in Venezuela revealed on Monday that the nation's electric grid had failed 80,700 times in 2019, on several occasions plunging the entire country into the dark.
Lawmakers supporting Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro filed charges Thursday against President Juan Guaidó for what they called a "looting campaign" of corruption by opposition leaders, apparently a first step to imprisoning the president.
The exodus of people from Venezuela is about to surpass the gravity of that of Syrians, becoming the "largest and most underfunded" refugee crisis in modern history, according to a study the Brookings Institute published this week.