President Nicolas Maduro appeared to backtrack from a move which would have increased his power
Three-quarters of the Venezuelan population lost an average of 19lb in body weight last year because there is so little to eat. This in what was once one of the most prosperous countries in the world
Calls for street demonstrations and 'democratic resistance' as ruling labelled legal coup
Owners accused of hoarding government-imported flour and using subsidised ingredient to make expensive croissants and rolls rather than price-regulated loaves
President Nicolas Maduro claims the planes were victims of 'sabotage'
As the nation's most widely used banknote went out of circulation, the higher-denomination bills that were supposed to replace the 100-bolivar note have yet to arrive at banks cash machines
'This is written in the bible' says starving mum-of-seven who gave daughter to neighbour
"Dolls, toy cars, bicycles, construction sets and other overpriced toys were the arsenal used by this company in their economic war against the people," the government announced
One policeman killed and 208 arrests made as angry demonstrations take place across the country
Opposition lawmakers pass resolution declaring 'breakdown of constitutional order' and 'coup d'etat committed by Nicolas Maduro regime'
The Government has blocked a referendum demanding the removal of President Nicolas Maduro
The prison riots reportedly began when eight visitors and two guards were taken hostage over extreme overcrowding in the jail
Widespread food shortages have affected both people and animals in Venezuela
President Nicholas Maduro was on a visit to Magarita Island
President Nicholas Maduro had been visting a housing project on Margarita Island
President Nicolas Maduro has accused the protesters of seeking to use violence to oust him