A French journalist who has covered several war zones around the world (and is on her way to report on the upcoming American elections) tells us how her time in Venezuela introduced her to a country that’s key for the continent
Tag: social conflict
While the Nicolás Maduro government is suggesting discriminatory measures against older people, civilians are building new networks and projects to protect them
Researcher Maritza Landaeta has seen how Venezuela reached this point of severe malnutrition and knows how to reverse it
At Plaza Venezuela, the most crowded station in the Caracas Metro, three Metro lines and the people who come from an interurban train converge where all basic services are failing and a suffering mass tries to survive an everyday commute that looks like a nightmare.
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