Nowhere is inflation higher than in Venezuela. The central bank can't print the money fast enough. Venzuelan president Nicolás Maduro has taken emergency measures to print new banknotes in higher denominations.
One week after Juan Guaido declared himself acting president his supporters have hit the streets again in protest. Guaido revealed he had held secret meetings with the military.
Donald Trump gets good grades for his handling of the Venezuela crisis, says former US envoy Patrick Duddy. Duddy, who knows Nicolas Maduro, also explains why the embattled president will likely be forced to resign.
Venezuela's acting president, Nicolas Maduro, denies that there is a humanitarian crisis in his country, but its interim president, Juan Guaido, has asked for international aid — and thus tested the military's loyalties.
Germany and Spain say Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro must hold elections. If not, both would consider following the United States in recognizing the head of the opposition as president.
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