It was the first coordinated street demonstration called by the opposition since Maduro launched a crackdown with the arrests of several of his opponents early this month.
Trump has vowed to build a wall on the border with Mexico to keep out undocumented immigrants and to revise trade deals to protect US jobs.
Sinaloa drug cartel boss faces host of charges, including murder, drug trafficking, in 6 separate indictments across US
Mexican migrants are scrambling in an effort to reach the US before Trump takes over
Announcement of Ecuador negotiations follows peace deal with FARC
A 15-year-old student opened fire Wednesday at an American school in northern Mexico, injuring three students and a teacher before turning the gun to himself.
Inmates climbed on the roof and set up barriers of furniture in a northeastern jail inhabited by warring rival drug gangs.
Monday's shooting at the Blue Parrot club during the BPM electronic music festival rocked Playa del Carmen, a usually peaceful Caribbean seaside town.
At least 120 deaths since Jan. 1 in prison violence
Panama said the change was made to better focus resources and to boost checks on nationalities that have "the biggest incidence on the security index" in the country.
Policy change ends practice of allowing Cubans who illegally enter US to gain residency
Brenda Pereira, 23, weeps in dismay as she leaves the doctor's room with her four-month-old daughter Maria Fernanda in her arms.
The Republican billionaire, who takes office on January 20, has threatened to fund the wall by tapping into the billions of dollars in remittances that Mexican migrants send back home.
The largest bloodbath appeared to be an orchestrated mass killing targeting members of Brazil's biggest gang, the First Capital Command (PCC).
According to independent experts, cholera was introduced to Haiti, the poorest country in the Americas, by infected Nepalese UN peacekeepers deployed there after a devastating 2010 earthquake.
Violent nationwide protests continue in 22 of 31 states
Cuban company CubaExport signed an agreement to sell charcoal to US firm Coabana Trading for $420 a tonne, the communist island's state newspaper Granma said.
At least 370 stores looted in Mexico City in past 2 days
Federal police said 20 new protests and roadblocks have been reported in various parts of the country on Wednesday.
Agricultural entrepreneur ratified as head of state for 5-year term, ending yearlong saga
The Pacahuara, one of 36 indigenous peoples identified in Bolivia, survive by hunting, fishing and farming.