Hundreds of thousands of mourners have thronged the streets of Caracas to accompany their president on his last journey. The body of the country's Comandante is to lie in state in the capital's military academy until his funeral on Friday.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has ordered military exercises to counter what he called "foreign threats." The move comes a day after he declared a state of emergency.
The opposition-controlled National Assembly has dismissed the decree, saying it will worsen the country's political crisis. President Nicolas Maduro claims the emergency was called to see off a possible US invasion.
Venezuela's electoral council has given the opposition the paperwork required in their efforts to oust President Nicolas Maduro. The delayed decision marks the first step towards a referendum on the socialist leader.
Millions of people are migrating to cities the world over in search of a better life. Journalist Doug Saunders takes a look at this movement and promotes his theories of migration in his book "Arrival City."
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