The Wayuu know how to survive in harsh environments. They now must endure coronavirus and demons in green fatigues
The COVID-19 crisis is severely impacting the lives of many people all around the world. Venezuelans migrants and refugees, more vulnerable than ever, are not the exception
This is the first of a series of stories, gathered by Mila Rojas, about the new generation Venezuela is losing: young graduates who move abroad
A decade in the making, documentary “Tupamaro: Urban Guerrillas” tells the story of Tupamaro leader Chino Carías. It’s also a story about chavismo and the violence behind our recent history.
The Trump administration is talking about freezing immigration for 60 days, at a time when it’s urgent to address the vulnerability of thousands of Venezuelans in the United States.
The political fight around the WHO director and his relationship with China involves Trump, Maduro, and many other states. Meanwhile, common folk are the most affected.
As we tackle one problem, the pandemic reveals ten more to handle. The baton has been moving from highly-skilled professionals to regular people alike.
The Chinese-made antibody tests bought by many countries, including Venezuela, aren’t recommended to detect cases before they become acute.
Human rights organizations and American media are talking about ICE and European camps, but Venezuelans have another place to worry about when it comes to COVID-19: their borders.
Is it likely that COVID-19 was bio-engineered into existence? Who would be the most likely designer? And why is this theory scientifically implausible?
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