Venezuela's severe economic crisis prompted the creation of an unusual strategy - a new cryptocurrency called the petro.
Is he a beacon of hope, a future president or just a US puppet? Venezuela's self-declared leader, Juan Guaido, has told DW he is confident he will prevail over Nicolas Maduro in his country's power struggle.
The government's block on aid entering Venezuela "could be considered a silent genocide," interim leader Juan Guaido told DW. The opposition managed to deliver some supplies ahead of new protests.
"We're no one's beggars," Maduro said as supplies were being stockpiled along the Colombian border. He has rejected calls from Europe and the Americas for fresh elections.
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.
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