With Nicolas Maduro's Venezuela in economic crisis and under fire over human rights, young professionals have been leaving the country in droves. DW met two women hoping for a better future in Panama.
Images of unarmed protesters being beaten by police were broadcast around the world this summer. But little has been said about the thousands who were dragged into custody.
Venezuelan authorities have freed two activists who were accused of plotting against President Nicolas Maduro from prison. The two - one of them a Spanish citizen - had been held for more than a year without trial.
Lilian Tintori said her passport was seized ahead of a trip to Europe to discuss her country's political crisis. She has been asked to appear in court over a large sum of cash, which she said was for medical emergencies.
In an exclusive DW interview, Venezuela's former attorney general claims she has proof of extrajudicial killings and human rights abuses that could land President Nicolas Maduro before the International Criminal Court.
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