Opponents said prohibiting flights would simply make it harder for Cuban-Americans to visit their families outside the capital, without making a significant impact on the Cuban government.
Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza says "nothing or nobody will be able to prevent" the swearing in of President Nicolas Maduro on January 10, after the 14-member group, without Mexico, said it won't recognise Maduro's new government.
Following a disputed election victory, Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez calls on the opposition to hold talks with his government. But the opposition is demanding a new vote, backed by the Organization of American States.
The opposition says it will not allow President Nicolas Maduro to change Venezuela's constitution "by act of force."
The announcement raised international tension over Venezuela, where political unrest has left 28 people dead this month.
President Maduro seeks to rally support from allies amidst growing domestic and international pressures to step down.
The country's pro-government Supreme Court backed down from an unprecedented move to strip congress of its legislative powers that sparked widespread charges of "coup d'etat" in the South American country.
A Supreme Court sympathetic to President Maduro has basically annulled the National Assembly where the opposition holds majority.
Transparency and revised measures in Panama would have prevented leaks, says chief of Organization of American States (OAS)
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