Mix doesn't support your web browser. For a better experience, we recommend using another browser.
Mix
Venezuelans Look For A New Life In PeruIndigenous Venezuelans once hosted generations of tourists at a storied nature preserve. Now they and others are shredding the forest in order to survive.There is a growing inequity between Venezuelans with dollars and those stuck with an increasingly worthless local currency, the bolivarSinking Rich: Speedboat Racing Through a Failed StateWhy Colombia has taken in 1 million VenezuelansGrocery shopping during Venezuela’s food shortagesVenezuelans when the football team plays: what a disgrace, 11 clowns; Venezuelans when the team doesn’t loose by 4 goals:Inside Venezuela's Socio-Economic CollapsePost a job offer on Venezuela Workers, hire venezuelans freelancers for small or big jobs! Powered with BCH and 0-conf transactions ;)"Venezuelans become Latin America’s new underclass" by Post photographerVenezuelans stand in line to oust President MaduroVenezuela Is Losing Its War on Infectious DiseasesSince 2014, 6.1 million Venezuelans have left their country.Trench proves ultimate barrier to Venezuelans arriving in Chile. AFP Jorge BernalMore than 320,000 Venezuelans now live in Spain, double the 2015 number, as their home country slides further into poverty and authoritarian rule.Tens of thousands of displaced Venezuelans are on the move again, trekking to the U.S. in search of asylum and stability‘I’m not afraid to die for this’: Venezuelans on the fight for their countryAid groups estimate that between 1.6 million and 2 million Venezuelans will leave their nation this year, escaping hyperinflation and desperate shortages of food and medicine. Those numbers are on top of the 1.5 million who left between 2014 and 2017.News Wrap: Biden entices Americans with free beer, cash in bid to inoculate 70% of adultsSince 2014, 6.1 million Venezuelans have left their country.Venezuelans on the fight for their countryTens of thousands of displaced Venezuelans are on the move again, trekking to the U.S. in search of asylum and stabilityCatching rabbits has been one way to add meat to rural Venezuelans’ meager diets. Now that hunt has left one community numb with loss.Mass exodus of desperate Venezuelans is overwhelming neighboring countries‘I’m not afraid to die for this’: Venezuelans on the fight for their countryEDITOR'S CHOICE VENEZUELA Trench proves ultimate barrier to Venezuelans arriving in Chile Jorge BernalMore than 320,000 Venezuelans now live in Spain, double the 2015 number, as their home country slides further into poverty and authoritarian rule.Venezuelans in exile are losing hope that they will ever be able to return home as President Maduro clings to power and a humanitarian crisis worsensPapercraft Made with Venezuelan Currency || ViralHogAfter four million Venezuelans have fled their country, one more couple tried to make it out.Photos of the Week: Venezuelans defy their president, furloughed U.S. workers line up for food assistance, the Patriots and moreTens of thousands of displaced Venezuelans are on the move again, trekking to the U.S. in search of asylum and stability

Sign up to see all content