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venezuela

Venezuela Plunged Into Darkness After Yet Another Massive Power Outage

In Caracas, the subway stopped and traffic lights went off, and people rushed to get home before the city went entirely dark.
Tim Marcin
7.23.19
Photos

Photos of Young Venezuelans Protesting in Caracas

On February 12, protesters took to the streets of Caracas to demand that humanitarian aid trucks, which remain blocked at the border, be allowed to enter the country.
Iradj Abédi
2.14.19
Inside Outsider

What It's Like to Be a Freelance War Photographer

Australia's Luke Cody explains how he manages fear in some of the world's most intense conflict zones.
Mahmood Fazal
3.30.18
venezuela

Venezuela's rogue helicopter attacker posted his plan to Instagram

No one was injured during the attack, which witnesses say lasted around two hours.
Gabriel Connelly
6.28.17
VICE News Tonight on HBO

Venezuela's opposition leader speaks out after protest beating

“We are fighting in the streets. Fighting for democracy. Fighting for a change,” Capriles told VICE News.
VICE News
6.2.17
VICE News Tonight on HBO

This Venezuelan taxi driver explains why he joined the opposition against Maduro

Venezuela opposition activists are still protesting in Caracas, refusing to leave until President Nicolás Maduro is gone.
VICE News
4.26.17
venezuela

Violent protests against Venezuela's president have left two dead

Venezuela is reeling from violent anti-government protests that have left at least two people dead and more than 100 detained.
Emma Fidel
4.12.17
robots

The US Navy’s Robotic Boats Are Getting Smarter

These autonomous robots are not like drones with humans operating them from a remote trailer in Arizona.
Robert Beckhusen
12.16.16
VICE News Tonight on HBO

Venezuela economy is so bad its running out of medicine

"We cannot get sick," one nurse told VICE News
VICE News
11.2.16
americas

Venezuela in Crisis: Families Are Fed Up With Going Hungry

A national survey found 12 percent of Venezuelans skipped at least one meal a day last year and the economic situation has deteriorated since then. Last week a woman died from wounds she received when police shot into a food riot.
Alicia Hernández
6.7.16
americas

Latin America's Largest Airline Says It Is Suspending Flights to Venezuela

The decision by LATAM Airlines to suspend its flights to Venezuela follows a similar announcement by Lufthansa. It comes at time when a deep economic crisis has triggered widespread food and medicine shortages, frequent power cuts, and sporadic looting.
Reuters and VICE News
5.30.16
americas

Venezuela’s Falling Apart and the President Is Sending Troops to ‘Protect’ the People

Activists say an anti-crime effort called the Operation to Liberate and Protect the People is actually a measure designed to prevent a social uprising in the face of an economic crisis so deep the sick are dying for want of basic care.
Alicia Hernández
5.16.16
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