The sanctions were announced to ratchet up pressure against Maduro and demonstrate U.S. support for Juan Guaido, the Venezuelan opposition leader who proclaimed himself interim president last week and was immediately recognised by the United States and a host of other countries.
MPs would have been able to vote on delaying Brexit to the end of the year and preventing a no-deal exit under the terms of the Bill - although the Labour leadership said it would seek a shorter extension to Article 50. Meanwhile Sammy Wilson, the DUP's Brexit spokesman, has urged Theresa May to "face down the stubbornness" of Dublin and Brussels over her Withdrawal Agreement.
In the last quarter of 2018 the economy took a 0.1 percent hit, equal to $ 3 billion dollars, said the report released by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO). FILE - President Donald Trump announces a deal to temporarily reopen the government , in the Rose Garden of the White House, Jan. 25, 2019, in Washington .
Huawei , now the No. 2 smartphone manufacturer in the world ahead of Apple, faces 23 criminal charges spanning two separate indictments by the US Department of Justice. Huawei then blamed "rogue actors" within the company when T-Mobile threatened to sue, the US said. The U.S. said during its press conference it was "deeply grateful to the government of Canada" for following the rule of law.
Economists agree that Venezuelans are likely to suffer as the current situation between Guaido and Maduro continues. "Venezuelan soldier, I'm talking to you". On Friday, he held a news conference in a Caracas plaza announced hours in advance on social media, and on Sunday he attended a church service for victims of anti-government unrest.
Watch live in the player above. Huawei and its subsidiary Skycom face charges of bank fraud, wire fraud and conspiracy, as well as of violating the U.S. A grand jury in the Eastern District of NY returned charges of conspiracy to obstruct justice against Huawei and Huawei USA. Huawei has said that the two companies settled their disputes in 2017.