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Airplanes sitting on tarmac viewed from distance (© Marco Bello/Reuters)

U.S. sanctions Russian oil company, Venezuelan state airline

The U.S. is taking action against the rampant corruption of Maduro and his cronies by targeting Russian oil company Rosneft and Venezuelan airline Conviasa.
Child being given shot in arm (PAHO/WHO/Sabina Rodriguez)

Measles in Venezuela under control, thanks to international aid

The Pan American Health Organization reports a 91 percent decrease in confirmed measles cases in Venezuela between 2018 and 2019, thanks to foreign aid.
Images sitting in rows, with data in margins (© Evgeniy Kalinovskiy/Shutterstock)

Diagnosing brain cancer with the help of artificial intelligence

A recent study shows artificial intelligence was as successful as doctors at diagnosing cancer — and was much faster, too.
People in a room looking at a sculpture (© Steve Helber/AP Images)

A monument to U.S. women’s right to vote turns 100

Learn about the U.S. suffrage movement and the women depicted in a sculpture on display in the U.S. Capitol in Washington.
Military-style police on patrol (© Rodrigo Abd/AP Images)

Cuba’s torture methods in Venezuela take a brutal toll

Cuban personnel inside Venezuela are training the Venezuelan special police forces to use torture on its citizens, according to a recent report.
Donald Trump waving and Juan Guaidó giving thumbs-up gesture just outside White House doors (© Evan Vucci/AP Images)

Trump welcomes Venezuela’s Guaidó during U.S. visit

President Trump reiterated U.S. support for Juan Guaidó, Venezuela's interim president, during the State of the Union address and later at the White House.
'Fatima' holding her daughter in a field (© Lutheran World Federation)

Refugees in Chad learn new farming techniques

When resettled refugees have to learn the landscape of their new home, overcoming farming challenges can be tough. This program has a solution.
Crowd of people walking in street toward vehicle (© Yuri Cortez/AFP/Getty Images)

Maduro’s crimes against Venezuela continue

Since Nicolás Maduro assumed an illegitimate second term as president, he has continued to perpetrate crimes. Here are some of the worst.
Citgo refinery sign on tall pole (© Eric Gay/AP Images)

Where are the Citgo 6?

More than two years ago, the Maduro regime detained six U.S. oil executives in Venezuela without a trial. When will they be returned to the U.S.?