Demonstrators listen to Venezuelan opposition leader and president of the National Assembly, Juan Guaidó, who also claims the presidency of the country, during a national protest he organized after over three days of nationwide blackout that paralyzed the country. Caracas, Venezuela – March 12th 2019.
Venezuelan opposition leader and president of the National Assembly, Juan Guaidó, who also claims the presidency of the country, speaks to the crowd during a national protest he organized after over three days of nationwide blackout that paralyzed the country. Caracas, Venezuela – March 12th 2019.
Hundreds of Venezuelans participate in a rally organized by the government in support of President Nicolás Maduro amidst a political crisis and during a nationwide power cut that paralyzes the country for over two days. Caracas, Venezuela – March 9th 2019.
Cota 905, one of the most dangerous slums in Caracas. Caracas, Venezuela – March 14th 2019.
The omnipresent figure of former Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez covers the walls of Petare, a large slum on the outskirts of Venezuela´s capital. Caracas, Venezuela – March 3rd 2019.
A man walks by a graffiti representing the eyes of former Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez with a graffiti reading “Gringo respect”. The man is holding several eggs, a prohibitively expensive product for most Venezuelans earning the minimum wage of six dollars. Caracas, Venezuela – March 3rd 2019.
Kitchen staff lack supplies and working utensils to provide proper food to patients at the University Hospital of Caracas, as the Venezuelan crisis deepens. Caracas, Venezuela – March 15th 2019.
A bakery in Petare, a large slum on the outskirts of Caracas, displays empty shelves due to the shortage of flour in a country stricken by a severe economic crisis that pushed over 3 million Venezuelans to emigrate. Caracas, Venezuela – March 3rd 2019.
Journalists and human rights activists demonstrate outside the prosecutor's office in Caracas to protest against the detention of journalist Luis Carlos Díaz. Forty journalists have been detained in Venezuela in 2019, according to the Journalist Union. Caracas, Venezuela – March 12th 2019.
The leader of the Venezuelan opposition and president of the National Assembly, Juan Guaidó, who also claims the presidency of the country, shakes a supporter hand in the steps of the San Pedro church in Caracas where he attended to celebrate Ash Wednesday. Caracas, Venezuela – March 6th 2019.
Caracas slowly get power back after more than three days as the Guri hydroelectric dam went offline provoking a nationwide blackout that the government blamed on foreign sabotage. Caracas, Venezuela – March 9th 2019.
Young Venezuelans gather at a side of a freeway one of the few places in Caracas where there is telephone signal, on a Saturday night, as the country plunged in darkness for over three days as the Guri hydroelectric dam went offline provoking a nationwide blackout that the government blamed on foreign sabotage. Caracas, Venezuela – March 9th 2019.
A man walks on a graffiti representing the eyes of former Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez in the Ezequiel Zamora park in Caracas. Caracas, Venezuela – March 3rd 2019.
Venezuelans queue at the bottom of the Avila Mountain, north of Caracas, to fill up plastic containers with spring water as the Guri hydroelectric dam went offline provoking a nationwide blackout that the government blamed on foreign sabotage that paralyzed the country causing also water shortages. Caracas, Venezuela – March 10th 2019.
People of San Agustín, a slum in Caracas, collect water arriving to the Guaire river, that flows through the city and is used for sewage drainage, because of a severe water shortage due to a nationwide blackout that the government blamed on foreign sabotage. Caracas, Venezuela – March 11th 2019.
Venezuelan police blocks the way of opposition supporters during a demonstration in Caracas calling for a transitional government and free elections amidst a political crisis. Caracas, Venezuela – March 9th 2019.