Venezuela: Maduro challenges Guaido to call election

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro tells opposition leader Juan Guaido to call for elections so he can “crush him with votes.”

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Here are the top stories for Sunday, February 17th: Trump’s top adviser says the president could soon use his first veto; Rubio calls out Maduro on Venezuela border; 49-car pileup on a Colorado highway; New York celebrates Chinese Lunar New Year.

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AP: Maduro reveals secret meetings with US envoy

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro revealed in an AP interview that his government was in secret talks with the Trump administration and predicted he would survive an unprecedented global campaign to force his resignation. (Feb. 15)

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ONLY ON AP: Maduro blames US sanctions for crisis

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Thursday blamed the economic sanctions imposed by the United States against Venezuela for the severe food and medicine shortages in the country. (Feb. 14)

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US envoy: Pressure will eventually oust Maduro

The Trump administration envoy to Venezuela says he believes increasing international pressure will eventually lead to the ouster of President Nicolas Maduro. (Feb. 13)

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Maduro supporters rally against foreign intervention

Venezuelan pro-government supporters rally to support President Nicolas Maduro and to reject what they see as foreign intervention.

Maduro supporters rally in Caracas

Supporters of Venezuela president Nicolas Maduro, including members of the Bolivarian militia, rally in Caracas, while thousands of opposition activists take to the streets to demand the military allow in aid. IMAGES

Maduro supporters gather for youth day rally in Caracas

Supporters of President Nicolas Maduro gather for a youth day rally in Caracas, as thousands of opposition activists head into the streets of Venezuela to demand the military allow in aid. IMAGES

Maduro rejects ‘one-sided’ international forum on Venezuela

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro says he rejects a call by European and Latin American ministers to hold new presidential elections as soon as possible. SOUNDBITE