Woman protesting shortage of consumer goods in Venezuela wears a sign that reads in Spanish: “In Venezuela, there’s nothing.”
Woman protesting shortage of consumer goods in Venezuela wears a sign that reads in Spanish: “In Venezuela, there’s nothing.” Ariana Cubillos AP
Woman protesting shortage of consumer goods in Venezuela wears a sign that reads in Spanish: “In Venezuela, there’s nothing.” Ariana Cubillos AP

U.S. must do more to aid Venezuela

February 16, 2016 4:26 PM

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