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Venezuela's Economic Crisis: Protest violinist makes life outside Venezuela

This month marks one year since millions of Venezuelans marched in protests - both for AND against President Nicolas Maduro's government. Many of the demonstrations turned violent, and more than 120 people died as a result. Since then, many have left Venezuela, having lost hope that the economic crisis can be overcome. One young man left as well, but as Reagan Des Vignes explains, his journey was harder than most.

Is Maduro's government violating human rights?

Is Maduro's government violating human rights?

Venezuela on the Edge: Presidential election announced for late April

Venezuela on the Edge: Presidential election announced for late April

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido forces himself into parliament

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido forces himself into parliament

US sanctions state-owned oil firm PDVSA | Money Talks

US sanctions state-owned oil firm PDVSA | Money Talks

Turkey welcomes 10 nations reaffirming Vienna Convention commitment

Turkey welcomes 10 nations reaffirming Vienna Convention commitment

Sudanese PM and cabinet members arrested by military

Sudanese PM and cabinet members arrested by military

Endangered leaopards reappear in Islamabad's Margala Hills

Endangered leaopards reappear in Islamabad's Margala Hills

Displaced families built a community underground in Al Bab

Displaced families built a community underground in Al Bab

Company finds world's largest helium gas reserves

Company finds world's largest helium gas reserves

Colombia captures country's most wanted drug trafficker in Uraba

Colombia captures country's most wanted drug trafficker in Uraba

Actor Alec Baldwin questioned by police after the fatal shooting

Actor Alec Baldwin questioned by police after the fatal shooting

Incureable disease appears to be on the rise again

Incureable disease appears to be on the rise again

Italy's former minister Salvini appears for migrant kidnapping trial

Italy's former minister Salvini appears for migrant kidnapping trial

Local farmers in Afrin hope pomegranate business will grow

Local farmers in Afrin hope pomegranate business will grow

US gripped by supply chain crisis

US gripped by supply chain crisis

After 19-month halt, Iran resumes issuing tourist visas

After 19-month halt, Iran resumes issuing tourist visas

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