The prison riots reportedly began when eight visitors and two guards were taken hostage over extreme overcrowding in the jail
President Nicolas Maduro awarded the prize to the Russian president as an 'ally', calling him a 'fighter for peace'
With wages that now barely cover the necessities for daily living, many people are unable to look after their animals. Words by Kenneth Dickerman, photos by Carlos Garcia Rawlins
'Is this what the children deserve?'
President Nicolas Maduro has accused the protesters of seeking to use violence to oust him
Agents put him in an ambulance telling his wife he needed a medical exam
Thousands people forced to cross border into Colombia for food and essential goods such as toilet roll
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says 'basic goods and services such as food, water, health care and clothes aren't available'
Efrain Campo and Francisco Flores were arrested last November in a sting operation coordinated by the DEA
More than 70,000 said to have crossed border after it was opened for first time since 2015
The penalty was awarded on the brink of half-time as Venezuela trailed by two goals
Socialist president Nicolas Maduro is facing calls for a referendum on his leadership
Speculation has been rife as to why Jeremy Corbyn ignored David Cameron's small talk
Venezuela is the answer to what would happen if an economically illiterate drug cartel took over a country
President Maduro threatened to arrest factory owners for attempting to 'sabotage the country'
The two countries have had a difficult history since the election of former president Hugo Chavez