Three million people have fled Venezuela, escaping hunger and repression under President Nicolas Maduro's rule. DW's Tim Sebastian asks the Venezuelan Ambassador to the EU, Claudia Salerno Caldera, why should Maduro stay on as leader?
Three million people have fled hunger, poverty and political repression in Venezuela under President Nicolas Maduro. Why should he stay on as leader? DW meets the Venezuelan Ambassador to the EU, Claudia Salerno Caldera.
Donald Trump gets good grades for his handling of the Venezuela crisis, says former US envoy Patrick Duddy. Duddy, who knows Nicolas Maduro, also explains why the embattled president will likely be forced to resign.
EU foreign policy head Federica Mogherini said at a summit in Uruguay that Venezuela must let the people determine its future. While aid has arrived on the border to Venezuela, Maduro has vowed to block its delivery.
As head of Unite, the UK's biggest union and largest donor to the Labour Party, Len McCluskey is a key Jeremy Corbyn ally. He tells DW they are up against a "right-wing media who control the nation's thought process."
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