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CARACAS, Venezuela (Reuters) - Venezuela has doubts about signing a stalled anti-drug accord with the United States after Washington last week opened a special intelligence bureau for Venezuela and Cuba, a Venezuelan minister said on Monday.
CARACAS, Venezuela (Reuters) - Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez announced on Sunday that he will visit Iran and North Korea, two nations at odds with Washington over nuclear development, at a time when Chavez is seeking to distance Venezuela from the United States.
President George W. Bush said on Monday he was concerned about the erosion of democracy in Venezuela and Bolivia.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Washington banned all U.S. arms sales to Venezuela on Monday, citing the major oil supplier's lack of help in the fight against terrorism, a State Department official said.
By Patrick Markey CARACAS, Venezuela (Reuters) - Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez on Sunday threatened to expel the US ambassador after accusing him of provoking tensions in a warning that will further strain diplomatic ties.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Diplomats from Venezuela and the United States held their highest-level meeting in years on Tuesday to try to ease tensions between the energy-hungry superpower and one of its major oil suppliers. Venezuelan Deputy Foreign Minister Mari Pili Hernandez met the top U.S.
CARACAS, Venezuela (Reuters) - Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez on Sunday lobbed a litany of insults at U.S. President George W. Bush ranging from "donkey" to "drunkard" in response to a White House report branding the left-wing leader a demagogue.
By Patrick Markey CARACAS, Venezuela (Reuters) - The U.S. government warned Venezuela on Tuesday it would suspend Venezuelan flights to the United States if Caracas carries out a threat to ban or restrict U.S. carriers flying to Venezuela.
BOSTON (Reuters) - Venezuela's controversial fuel subsidies for the U.S. poor expanded into Connecticut on Monday, two weeks after U.S. Republican lawmakers questioned whether the cheap oil masked a broader anti-American agenda.
CARACAS, Venezuela (Reuters) - Venezuela and the United States have opened talks after they expelled diplomats this month in a dispute over charges that a U.S. naval attache was spying, U.S. officials said on Wednesday. The private meeting on Tuesday between U.S.
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