A blackout left people trapped in the Teleférico de Caracas. Instead of blaming an incompetent government, people called victims “traitors” for trying to live a normal life.
With 19 votes in favor, 8 abstentions and only 5 voted against, the OAS approved a resolution that expresses the region’s growing concern regarding the April 22 elections as well as the humanitarian and human rights crises.
In 2001, she was the victim of a harrowing set of crimes that shocked the nation. Today, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights begins to hear her case.
After the euphoria of last Sunday, we plunge into chaos and confusion – and the worst of it happens between voices on the same side.
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