Shortages are becoming ever more severe in Venezuela. According to the World Health Organization, hospitals lack 95 percent of necessary medicines. Many people are undernourished and they receive no help from the government.
Peru's government plans to issue more temporary working permits for Venezuelans already in the country and those expected to arrive in the wake of the crisis in their country. Jurriaan van Eerten reports from Lima.
DW talked to Venezuelan journalist and photographer Ivan Reyes whose images highlight the stories of the people marching against the government.
Venezuela is flush with oil, but strapped for cash. Empty store shelves and hospitals short on medicine have driven its people to desperation. DW outlines five key points to understanding the oil-based crisis.
President Nicolas Maduro has promised workers a 40 percent minimum wage hike a day after opposition leaders organized a nationwide protest strike. The opposition has demanded a political trial to remove Maduro.
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