Venezuela's Guaido defends sanctions against Maduro regime
Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido on Wednesday defended foreign sanctions against his country 24 hours after he was attacked at Caracas international airport by state airline employees shouting "fascist".
Venezuela government blasts Trump's 'violent threats'
Venezuela's government on Wednesday accused US President Donald Trump of "violent threats" after he said socialist leader Nicolas Maduro's regime would be "smashed and broken"
Lebanon 'regrets' loss of UN voting privilege
Crisis-hit Lebanon on Saturday said it "regrets" being among seven countries stripped by the United Nations of voting privileges in the General Assembly for failing to pay their dues.
Bukar Usman and salient issues in Nigeria’s public policy administration
A voluminous book of 458 pages, Dr. Bukar Usman’s My Public Service Journey: Issues in Public Policy and Administration in Nigeria (Klamidas Communications Ltd, Abuja; 2019) is an expository memoir on the Nigerian public service.
UN launches probe into Venezuela rights abuses
The UN Human Rights Council on Friday voted to send a team of investigators to probe alleged violations, including extrajudicial executions and torture, in crisis-wracked Venezuela.
Kremlin says Venezuela's Maduro to visit Russia 'soon'
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro will visit Russia "soon", the Kremlin said Friday, in an apparent attempt by the embattled leader to shore up support.
US suggests won't prosecute Venezuela's Maduro if he leaves
A US envoy suggested Thursday that Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro will be safe from US prosecution if he quits but acknowledged that his departure remained elusive despite a half-year pressure campaign by Washington.
Venezuela's Maduro freezes talks with opposition after US sanctions
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro blamed Washington on Wednesday in cancelling scheduled talks with the political opposition, as his embattled regime struggles under the weight of US sanctions.