You’ve heard the stories about the magnitude of our health crisis . Here's an objective, quantified glimpse of how bad the situation actually is.
A new day and a new violation to the Constitution. A typical Friday morning in Venezuela.
Dirty streets, risky driving, a penetrating stench of urine in the air, terrible music blaring from every corner and thousands of people getting drunk while watching a bull agonize: for four days every February, Mérida becomes the Capital of the Third World.
We watched today's AN session, which was surprisingly riveting, and here are the highlights.
If only the malandros who keep going back to UCV's Instituto de Medicina Tropical to pick at the bones of a broken institutions knew Dr. Félix Pifano, and the way this institute transformed Venezuela.
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