Venezuela has been in an ongoing political and socioeconomic crisis for years.
The ongoing crisis in Venezuela has forced residents to find often precarious alternatives to public transportation.
According to the latest study by the Caritas Organization of Venezuela, 35.5 percent of all poor children up to age 5 have some symptoms of malnutrition, while 41 percent beg for food or look for it in the rubbish.
Hundreds of members of the opposition turned out in cities throughout Venezuela on Wednesday to block streets and roads in rejection of the constitutional assembly convened by President Nicolas Maduro, the third action of this kind in the past week.
Venezuela has been facing socio-political upheavals exacerbated by waves of demonstrations against Maduro's government, leaving so far at least 75 people dead and about 1,500 injured.
Journalist Ana Vanessa Herrero explains the challenges of being a reporter in a country in chaos, where national media has been taken under control of Nicolas Maduro's government.
Both corporations will stop operating in the Latin American country, undergoing a political and social crisis without precedents.
Opposition leaders asked their supporters to resist the government's moves with a series of protests in several cities around the country, including the capital, despite the fact that it would disrupt daily activities for thousands.
Un grupo importante de senadores, tanto Republicanos como Demócratas, introducirán una legislación de gran alcance el día de hoy para abordar la crisis en Venezuela.