Venezuelans face severe food shortage

An ongoing political crisis in Venezuela is being made worse by an acute shortage of basic food items. As inflation rises to more than 700 percent, Venezuelans are struggling to feed their families.

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    An ongoing political crisis in Venezuela is being made worse by an acute shortage of basic food items.

    As inflation rises to more than 700 percent, Venezuelans are struggling to feed their families.

    Al Jazeera’s Lucia Newman reports from the capital, Caracas.


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