A shipwreck saved her the first time, but the human trafficking ring that works from Güiria to Trinidad and Tobago came back to get her one year later
Many Venezuelans who left the country are now going back, over hardships worsened by the COVID-19 crisis. Many think that if you're going to suffer, better do it at home
Although the number of COVID-19 cases hasn’t collapsed Venezuela's health system yet, there's reason to believe that the worst is about to come
On May 1st, 47 prisoners were executed in a confusing event in Guanare. Venezuela has a horrible history of prison massacres
A gang-war that endangers over 500,000 people has just exploded in Petare, and the neighbors of the barrio pray for sunrise—and even for the criminals themselves
This is the second story about the new generation Venezuela is losing: young graduates who move abroad
While the world braces for the economic impact of COVID-19 and many are already feeling the strain, a particular type of business emerges in Venezuela, making everyone's lives a bit easier
Through quite an inventive experiment, NGO Caracas Mi Convive discovered how kids perceive their lives at one of the most violent places in Venezuela’s capital.
Effectively ending the quarantine will be harder than imposing it, and as many nations start to talk about reactivating the economy, we must be aware of the pitfalls of our new routines
One month into confinement, teachers jump through hoops to teach. The results match the disastrous state of Venezuelan education
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