Violent demonstrations return to opposition strongholds as families struggle to find justice for their loved ones killed by the military in earlier protests.
Marcel Ventura is a Venezuelan journalist who has contributed to publications in Spain, Mexico, Brazil, Colombia and Venezuela. He is currently working on a long reportage about the Venezuelan scarcity of goods.
One year after his election, President Maduro is losing his grip. But it’s not the opposition that’s growing stronger; it’s the cocaine-corrupted military.