US Venezuelan consular offices are closed

The Venezuelan opposition’s envoy to Washington DC and members of his consular team gave a news conference on Thursday to provide details around Venezuela’s consular offices in the United States. (Feb. 21)

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Washington: capital of power

Short videographic tour of Washington DC, the heart of US politics and policy. A government shutdown was to begin its 35th day on Friday, with 800,000 federal workers left unpaid across the country.VIDEOGRAPHICS

Trump on IS, migrants, Pelosi and Buzzfeed

(19 Jan 2019) President Donald Trump left Washington DC to pay tribute on Saturday to the four Americans killed in a suicide bomb attack in Syria this week as he set off to Dover Air Force Base for the return of their remains. (Jan. 19)

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Washington: capital of power

Videographic tour of Washington DC, the heart of US politics and policy. A federal government shutdown is now in its second week.VIDEOGRAPHIC

Washington: capital of power

Videographic tour of Washington DC, the heart of US politics and policy. US lawmakers have until Friday to agree a new spending agreement or face a shutdown of the government after a row over the border migrant wall.VIDEOGRAPHIC

Protesters gather outside Saudi embassy over missing journalist

Protesters gather outside the embassy of Saudi Arabia in Washington DC, as concern grows for missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi who disappeared on October 2 after entering Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul to arrange paperwork for his wedding. IMAGES