Venezuela's oil-rich city a symbol of country's economic collapse

Maracaibo, which was once the capital of Venezuela's oil industry, is facing a severe lack of services and needs.

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    Maracaibo was once the capital of Venezuela's oil industry but it has now become a symbol for the economic collapse the Latin American country is facing.

    The lack of food, water, electricity and oil have left people here tired and angry, and they feel that the government has stopped listening to their pleas.

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo has more.


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