Cubans grapple with food shortage due to Venezuela crisis
In Cuba putting food on the table has become increasingly difficult, as Venezuela cuts back on oil shipments. Now that Cubans have access to the internet, they are raising their voices on social media.
Vice president of Venezuelan congress detained
The vice president of Venezuela's National Assembly, Edgar Zambrano, has been detained and towed to prison in his car. He was apprehended for alleged support of an uprising arranged by opposition leader Juan Guaido.
In Venezuela, the dead no longer rests in peace, no thanks to tomb raiders
In Venezuela, the dead are no longer resting in peace as grave robbers, amid the South American nation’s economic and political crises, now rob graves, looting pieces of jewellery and other valuables. The tomb raiders also exhume bones to sell or use for rituals hoping for good fortune.
EU condemns Venezuela stripping Juan Guaido of immunity
The EU warned that an attempt to prosecute the opposition leader would lead to an "escalation of tensions" in Venezuela. Earlier this week, a body tied to President Nicolas Maduro paved the way for Guaido to be arrested.
Venezuela: Maduro regime is aware that arresting Guaido is a 'red line'
Venezuela: Maduro regime is aware that that arresting Guaido is a 'red line'
How millions of 'dirty dollars' were laundered out of Venezuela
Starting in 2014, members of the country's elite and public officials embezzled more than $1 billion from Venezuela's state-owned oil company. The scheme exploited the country's foreign exchange system.
Venezuelans to rally, urge Maduro to allow humanitarian aid
The government's block on aid entering Venezuela "could be considered a silent genocide," interim leader Juan Guaido told DW.
Venezuela's next battleground: Maduro rejects humanitarian aid convoys
Venezuela's next battleground: Maduro rejects humanitarian aid convoys.