Contradicting media reports have been critiqued for escalating the conflict in Venezuela where fighting over the country’s next leader has exploded into violence and chaos.
“May My Country Forgive Me for Getting Caught”: A Deep Dive Into The Emotional Pleas of Venezuela’s Silenced Journalists
As President Maduro continues cracking down on critique, journalists in Venezuela are increasingly threatened and imprisoned for trying to do their job and tell the truth about their nation.
As Venezuela is in deep political crisis, citizens turn to social media and messaging apps for news and updates.
Foreigners who support a boycott of Israel are now banned from entering the country ISRAEL – The Israeli Knesset passed a bill on Monday night that will bar foreigners who have made “public calls” supporting the international boycott movement against Israel and its settlements in
In February of 2014, students took to the streets throughout Venezuela to address grievances with their government. The country had one of the highest murder rates globally, a 50 percent inflation rate, and a lack of critical daily supplies such as toilet paper and milk.