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Venezuela
He survived a hate crime as a youth. Now, this Venezuelan illustrator uses art to fight bigotry and celebrate LGBTQ identity.
Jesus Aguais, founder of Aid for AIDS, on what the international community can do to slow Venezuela's health emergency.
President Nicolás Maduro’s opponents must decide whether the ballot box can still serve as an effective tool against the regime.
The former Attorney General was a loyal chavista – now she’s fled the country, and Maduro has called for her arrest.
As the diaspora grows in key districts, Republicans and Democrats eye newcomers as a powerful new voting bloc.
How Venezuela's key groups are gearing up for Sunday's contentious national assembly vote.
The July 16 referendum on Maduro's proposed constitutional convention suggests Venezuela's diaspora is more united – and more powerful – than ever.
There are more than 400 political prisoners in Venezuela, where any dissident can be jailed for their opinions.
AQ’s columnist visited the Brazil-Venezuela border region, and found both strains and a desire to help.
With classes disrupted, the economy in shambles, and more peers in jail, Venezuela’s young opposition is raising its voice.

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