Since hundreds of doctors have fled Venezuela, a group of medical students has been helping people injured during anti-government protests. Over 50 people have been killed since the unrest began.
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.
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.
One week after Juan Guaido declared himself acting president his supporters have hit the streets again in protest. Guaido revealed he had held secret meetings with the military.
Venezuela's embattled leader Nicolas Maduro has rejected an ultimatum from European countries to call elections. The move clears the way for seven EU countries to recognize his rival Juan Guaido as president.
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