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Obama should follow his example on Cuba and engage with, not punish, Venezuela
Chile’s minister of foreign relations calls the Obama and Castro speeches the beginning of the end of the Cold War
From Caracas to Paris to London, protesters gather in support of the Palestinian territories
The world is rapt by violence in Gaza, but Ukraine, Syria, Iraq, Libya, CAR and Venezuela still in turmoil
Leopoldo López is accused of masterminding street protests that his supporters say erupted spontaneously
Fault Lines travels to Caracas to find out what’s really going on in the streets of a polarized Venezuela.
Tempers flare when we visit a long queue to get into a supermarket in downtown Caracas.
A pro-government politician and an opposition activist share their points of view on what’s best for the country.
Murals that celebrate leftist movements throughout Latin America cover many walls in Caracas's 23 de Enero neighborhood