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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

Prices pushing South Korean diners away

Prices pushing South Korean diners away

Ukraine given EU candidate status

Ukraine given EU candidate status

NYC halal travel guide shaking up the food scene

NYC halal travel guide shaking up the food scene

US Supreme Court says Americans can carry guns

US Supreme Court says Americans can carry guns

Aid arrives in Afghanistan following the country's deadliest earthquake in two decades

Aid arrives in Afghanistan following the country's deadliest earthquake in two decades

Taliban appeal for international aid as quake death toll rises

Taliban appeal for international aid as quake death toll rises

Israeli archaeologists uncover rare ancient mosque

Israeli archaeologists uncover rare ancient mosque

Energy concerns overshadow EU summit

Energy concerns overshadow EU summit

Chinese president to host virtual summit on Thursday

Chinese president to host virtual summit on Thursday

US Supreme Court to issue decision on Mississippi abortion case

US Supreme Court to issue decision on Mississippi abortion case

Heavy shelling continues as Kremlin pushes to engulf Donbass

Heavy shelling continues as Kremlin pushes to engulf Donbass

Iraqis struggle to get by under scorching heat amid power cuts

Iraqis struggle to get by under scorching heat amid power cuts

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