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Venezuela Skirts U.S. Sanctions by Funneling Oil Sales Via Russia
Cash-strapped government is becoming increasingly reliant on the Kremlin.
Russia Says It Will Help Venezuela, Cuba to Weather U.S. Sanctions
A new series of sanctions against Cuba and Venezuela was announced by the U.S. on Wednesday.
Venezuelan Deputy Minister Says More Russian Troops Could Arrive — Interfax
Washington has threatened sanctions in response to the presence of Russian troops in Venezuela.
Colombia Rejects Russia's Warning Against Venezuelan Military Action
Russia's ambassador wrote that military intervention in Venezuela would be viewed "as an act of aggression against a sovereign state."
Russia Says It Has Opened Helicopter Training Center in Venezuela
This is Moscow's latest gesture of support for President Nicolas Maduro.
Why Moscow Sent Its Military Personnel to Venezuela
Twenty years after NATO’s bombing of Yugoslavia, the Kremlin is anxious to disrupt U.S. influence in Venezuela.
Russia Dismisses Speculation About Its 'Specialists' in Venezuela
Russia has said its "specialists" pose no threat to regional stability.
U.S. Warns Russia Over Troops in Venezuela, Threatens Sanctions
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is considering options to respond to Russia's presence in Venezuela.
Trump Will 'Probably' Talk to Putin About Venezuela
"I'll be talking to a lot of people — perhaps President Putin, perhaps President Xi of China," Trump said.
Russian Advisers Will Stay in Venezuela ‘as Long as Necessary,' Moscow Vows
Trump has called on Russia to "get out" of Venezuela.
Kremlin Rejects Trump's Call for Russia to Pull out of Venezuela
Russian officials say their actions were lawful.
Trump Says Russian Military Must Leave Venezuela
Asked how he would make Russian forces leave, Trump said: "We'll see. All options are open."
Russia's Moves in Venezuela Aren't That Ominous
Venezuela's Fate Depends Less on Putin Than on Trump.
Russia Says Presence of 'Russian Specialists' in Venezuela Is Governed by Mutual Accord
The presence of "Russian specialists" in Venezuela is governed by a cooperation agreement between the two countries, Russia says.
Russia’s Deployment of Military Planes to Venezuela Sparks U.S. Backlash
The United States accused Russia of "reckless escalation" of the situation in Venezuela.
Russian Troops, Advisers Arrive in Venezuela – Reports
Moscow has said it would not allow a U.S.-backed revolution in the country.
U.S.-Russia Talks on Venezuela Stall Over Role of Maduro
Russia has said Maduro remains the country's only legitimate leader whereas the U.S. backs Juan Guaido.
Russian and U.S. Diplomats to Hold Venezuela Talks in Italy This Week
The two sides will meet to discuss the situation in Venezuela.
How Russia Sank Billions of Dollars Into Venezuela Quicksand
Russian oil company Rosneft spent a fortune on joint ventures in Venezuela even though it suspected it was losing out on millions of dollars.
Talking it out
Russia's Lavrov Meets Venezuela's Foreign Minister in Vienna
The talks come amid political turmoil in Venezuela.
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