Venezuela crisis: Many struggling to feed themselves

Venezuela's ongoing political crisis has been the focus of the international community for months, but many Venezuelans continue to suffer from the country's largest economic crisis in recent history.

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    Venezuela's ongoing political crisis has been the focus of the international community for months, but many Venezuelans continue to suffer from the country's largest economic crisis in recent history.

    Most people in poorer areas feel that the struggle for food and safety will not end any time soon.

    Al Jazeera's John Holman went to visit one family in a neighbourhood in Caracas ravaged by crime and poverty.


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