Venezuela15 Jun 2016 03:45 GMT
Oil has permeated every aspect of Venezuelan life since pumping began in 1914, but mismanagement has fuelled a crisis.
Venezuela06 Apr 2016 20:14 GMT
Police raids in poor areas during anti-crime initiative lead to allegations of "serious abuses", rights groups say.
Venezuela07 Mar 2016 00:16 GMT
Residents of Toas endure water and power shortages as part of decline in quality of life due to deteriorating economy.
Politics05 Feb 2016 20:42 GMT
Government subsidies blamed for spawning illegal lines of business as Maduro government grapples with economic slowdown.
Business & Economy08 Jan 2016 12:22 GMT
Citizens of oil-rich country feeling the effects of many economic challenges, especially hyper inflation.
Politics04 Jan 2016 21:28 GMT
Government seen as seeking to block opposition’s supermajority and "cheat" its way into amassing more powers.
Latin America05 Dec 2015 22:03 GMT
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