Poor Caribbean country seeks "specialised armed forces" to end blockade of country's main fuel port that has led to crippling shortages, but many are against another international intervention.
Major Latin American countries led by leftist leaders vote in favour of discussing possibility of ousting Venezuela opposition leader Juan Guaido's representation in summit of Organization of American States.
"We ratify our unwavering decision to leave the Organization of American States," Managua says, describing the Washington-based entity as interventionist and controlled by the United States.
The charges of "genocide" against Jeanine Anez pertain to the 2019 protests in the country in which a total of 22 people died and carries a sentence of 10 to 20 years in prison.
The report also highlights the deep political polarisation surrounding Morales’ changing of the constitution to seek a fourth term, deep-seated racism against his Indigenous followers and traditionally weak institutions as aggravating factors.
Crowd burns the offices of the electoral body in Sucre, and groups of President Evo Morales' supporters and opponents clashed in a number of places after the announcement that Morales was close to avoiding a runoff in his re-election bid.
With US and regional allies recognising opposition leader Juan Guaido as "interim" president, government of President Nicolas has received backing of Turkey, Russia and Mexico, dividing the world over the growing political crisis in Venezuela.
The 34-nation OAS bloc debated the situation in Venezuela after a group of nations pressed for "urgent action" to ease the crisis.
Anti-Maduro protests surge in Caracas as members from the 34-nation Organization of American States bloc meet in Washington DC to discuss the crisis.
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