Venezuela: Communities combat US sanctions with solidarity

Communities in Venezuela try to cope with the political and economic crisis deepened by US sanctions.

    As the political crisis in Venezuela deepens, the country's economy continues to suffer and sanctions imposed by the United States are making things worse.

    Water shortages and rising inflation have made living conditions even more difficult, but there are those who are trying to benefit politically while the people suffer.

     

    Al Jazeera's Jamal Elshayyal reports from Caracas.


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