Venezuela's signs of crisis
Drug shortages: Venezuela's brutal recession is worsening shortages of medicines from painkillers to chemothermore
Deadly health risks: Shortages of basic drugs and vaccines, emigration of underpaid doctors, and crumbling infmore
Cash shortages spark unrest: The planned elimination of Venezuela's largest denomination bill sparked cash shomore
Elimination of some banknotes: The surprise pulling of the 100 bolivar bills, worth just 4 U.S. cents at the bmore
Protests flare and opposition grows: Maduro's currency measure has stoked anger among Venezuelans already wearmore
Santa isn't coming: As the crisis makes food scarce for millions of Venezuelans, many families cannot buy theimore
Parents give away their children: With average wages less than the equivalent of $50 a month at black market rmore
The shelves are bare: Despite sitting on the world's biggest oil reserves, Venezuela is in the throes of a punmore
Tropical fruits provide lifeline: Venezuela's mango season provided some relief during worsening food shortagemore
Students and teachers ditch school: Education is no longer a priority for many poor and middle-class Venezuelamore
Crossing the border to buy necessities: Some people traveled across Venezuela to line up overnight hoping to cmore
Zoo animals go hungry: Dozens of animals have starved to death at one of Venezuela's main zoos due to chronic more
A backdrop of uncertainty: Maduro, who has staved off an opposition push to hold a referendum to remove him thmore
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