In this Nov. 7, 2016, photo, suspects of violent crimes ask police for food, as one holds out money, from inside a cell at the municipal police station in Cumana, Sucre state, Venezuela. While police provide food, prisoners get most of their food and drinks from their families.
In this Nov. 7, 2016, photo, suspects of violent crimes ask police for food, as one holds out money, from inside a cell at the municipal police station in Cumana, Sucre state, Venezuela. While police provide food, prisoners get most of their food and drinks from their families. Rodrigo Abd AP
In this Nov. 7, 2016, photo, suspects of violent crimes ask police for food, as one holds out money, from inside a cell at the municipal police station in Cumana, Sucre state, Venezuela. While police provide food, prisoners get most of their food and drinks from their families. Rodrigo Abd AP

Hunger is driving up crime in Venezuela as violence hits new highs, report says

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