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Venezula General Padrino Appoints 18 Military Generals to Distribute Food

Venezula General Padrino Appoints 18 Military Generals to Distribute Food

In the U.S., only five percent of adults participate in the recommended 30 minutes of physical activity a day, but in Venezuela, a severe food and medicine shortage is giving…

Venezuela’s Oil Output is Set to Collapse as Protesters Take to the Streets

Venezuela’s Oil Output is Set to Collapse as Protesters Take to the Streets

Nearly 1 million protesters took the to streets on September 1 in Venezuela to demand the removal of President Nicolas Maduro. They clogged the streets to make their demands known…

Medical Emergencies and Shortages Continue in Venezuela

Medical Emergencies and Shortages Continue in Venezuela

An ongoing economic crisis has much worse consequences for the health of the Venezuelan people than it does for their wallets. According to HospiMedica, due to the sweeping corruption and…

Huge Crowds March on Venezuelan Capital in Hopes of Recalling President Nicolás Maduro

Huge Crowds March on Venezuelan Capital in Hopes of Recalling President Nicolás Maduro

Every year, more than 45 million people move to new towns, new states, and perhaps even new countries. Recently, though, few people are moving to the once most affluent area…

Venezuela’s U.N. Representative Denies Economic Crisis Amidst Starvation in His Country

Venezuela’s U.N. Representative Denies Economic Crisis Amidst Starvation in His Country

Summer typically brings bright, colorful vegetables to the dinner table, promoting healthy eating all season long. But for Venezuelans, this summer brings extreme food shortages, little fruits or vegetables, and…

Maduro Promises Expanded Healthcare Despite Economic Hardship

Maduro Promises Expanded Healthcare Despite Economic Hardship

In the midst of Venezuela’s worst economic crisis in history and faced with the threat of a possible referendum vote that could cut short his six-year term, President Nicolas Maduro…

With No Access to Food or Contraception, Venezuelan Women Are Choosing Sterilization

With No Access to Food or Contraception, Venezuelan Women Are Choosing Sterilization

As the growing threats of famine and the diminishing supply of medicines in Venezuela put the country’s citizens in a dangerous position, more and more women are forced to abandon…

Venezuelans Flock to Colombia to Stock Up on Basic Necessities

Venezuelans Flock to Colombia to Stock Up on Basic Necessities

Globally, there are over 100 billion online searches being conducted each month. But for Venezuelans suffering through a severe economic crisis, simple food items are in scarce supply, let alone…

Colombia Aims to Make Border Openings Permanent

Colombia Aims to Make Border Openings Permanent

Colombian officials say they want to permanently re-open their Venezuelan border after hundreds of thousands of people flocked to cities like Cucuta over the past two weekends to purchase basic…

Venezuela Facing Economic Crisis, In Denial Despite Claims From Citizens and Surrounding Nations

Venezuela Facing Economic Crisis, In Denial Despite Claims From Citizens and Surrounding Nations

Up north in the United States, there are more than 10.4 million residential swimming pools along with 309,000 public swimming pools. However, these are luxuries the Venezuelan people cannot afford…