Venezuela's Nicolás Maduro again accuses the United States of flying over its national waters.
Sources: El Sol de Mexico
Sources: El Sol de Mexico
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro says "13 terrorists", including two U.S. citizens working for Jordan Goudreau's private security company Silvercorp USA, have been detained after foiling a plot to assassinate him, accusing them of "playing Rambo". State television broadcasts footage of captured mercenaries in Aragua.
In a policy shift, the United States proposes a "Democratic Transition Framework" which includes that both disputed Presidents, Nicolás Maduro and Juan Guaidó, step aside from the office.
U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross says that the United States has "a blueprint" to recover Venezuela's economy if Nicolás Maduro leaves office as the nation's disputed President.
After two FARC leaders go into hiding from drug trafficking charges in Colombia and the United States, Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro makes a public statement saying they are welcome to take refuge in his country. He also welcomes other FARC rebels to Venezuela, calling them "leaders of peace".
The President of the National Assembly of Venezuela Juan Guaidó tells the BBC he is considering formally requesting the United States to launch a military intervention to topple President Nicolás Maduro. Guaidó led a failed uprising against Maduro last month.
A senior United States administration official says the U.S. is willing to meet with Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro to negotiate an exit to the crisis, as the U.S. military helps deliver aid to Venezuela.
A United States court case gains new evidence and a guilty plea in relation to investigations of corruption and money laundering in Venezuela, adding a group who are suspected to be relatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro to the list of suspected accomplices.
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro blames an alleged assassination attempt on Colombia and Venezuelan exiles in the U.S. state of Florida.
The United States sanctions Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro over the controversial Constitutional Assembly election which critics say is an attempt to establish a dictatorship.
Venezuela president Nicolás Maduro has announced new sanctions on the United States, including visa restrictions. He stated that Americans would have to obtain visas in order to enter Venezuela. Furthermore, Maduro announced that George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Bob Menendez, and Marco Rubio would be banned from entering the country.