"I want to be clear that this sweeping executive order authorises the U.S. government to identify, target and impose sanctions on any persons who continue to provide support to the illegitimate regime of Nicolas Maduro", John Bolton, the USA national security adviser said.
Maduro's government said its delegation was withdrawing from the round of talks in Barbados aimed at resolving Venezuela's political crisis with allies of opposition leader Juan Guaido.
China on Thursday expressed resolute opposition to United States gross interference in Venezuela's internal affairs, urging Washington to immediately stop the bullying behavior of wantonly suppressing another country.
He said on Wednesday that Maduro could help the country by abandoning the presidential palace, Miraflores, "that way the sanctions will be lifted tomorrow".
Washington's executive order also froze all property and interests in property belonging to the Venezuelan government in USA territory, with exemptions such as transactions related to humanitarian aid.
Hua said despite the sanctions China will continue to cooperate with Venezuela as it benefits the people of both countries.
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Ortagus did not name the diplomat, or elaborate further on what kinds of private information or children's details were disclosed. Hong Kong-listed Cathay is 45 per cent owned by Swire Pacific and 22.7 per cent held by Air China, according to Refinitiv Eikon.
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In a series of Twitter posts, Foreign Minister Qureshi said he thanked his Chinese counterpart for a meeting on a short notice. The Indian Navy on August 10 said it is on high alert and prepared to defeat and deter any seaborne threat with full force.
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Serie A or Ligue 1 may be a more likely destination for Coutinho, with Paris Saint-Germain one team who could have interest. Coutinho has made 76 appearances for Barcelona , scoring 21 goals, but has fallen down the pecking order at the Nou Camp.
Trump "is nervous, he's anxious, he's power-hungry, he wants to get his hands on Venezuela", she added.
Washington has threatened to "use every appropriate tool" to oust Maduro, and warned Venezuelan allies Russian Federation and China on Tuesday against doing business with the regime.
Carrying the national flag and holding anti-U.S. slogans, demonstrators gathered at the city center to listen to some government officials.
Michelle Bachelet said Thursday that there is lots of evidence to show that wide-ranging unilateral sanctions "can end up denying people's fundamental human rights, including their economic rights as well as the right to food and health".
Wednesday's rally was also a commemoration to mark the bicentennial of the historic Battle of Boyaca, which is considered the beginning of the independence of North of South America. He was backed by most Western democracies, including the United States.
The Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro refused the next stage of negotiations with the opposition in Barbados.