Venezuela is experiencing shortages of staple goods, despite being the world's fifth-largest oil producer. We take a look at how people in Caracas are dealing with the situation.
A rural community and a Caracas slum have created their own currencies in response to Venezuela's rapid inflation. Proponents have pinned their hopes on these local-based alternatives, but critics say they aren't viable.
The US president is staying home from what would have been his first visit to Latin America and a chance to ease foreign leaders' policy concerns. Donald Trump's message: The region is not a priority for the US.
Venezuela's economic crisis as left the country's health system on the verge of collapse. Amid a shortage of medication, HIV patients are succumbing to secondary infections, despite doctors' best efforts.
Venezuela plans to remove three zeros off its battered currency. The largest bill in circulation, the 100,000 note, can hardly buy a cup of coffee.
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