Venezuelans Are So Hungry 'They Have to Loot to Eat'

The surge in violent food protests began in poor neighborhoods across the country around Christmas.

(Time) - In the first half of January, there were at least 110 incidents of looting, more than five times than in the same period a year earlier, says the Venezuelan Observatory of Social Conflict, a non-governmental group that tracks unrest.

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It's so sad to see what was once one of the richest Latin American countries spiraling downward so quickly. One of the opposition's leaders recently spoke out about what it was like fighting against the regime. His insight is really interesting.