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Venezuela's Lake Maracaibo, where plastic is replacing fish - La Prensa Latina

Migration to U.S. Empties Venezuela's Once-Booming Oil Capital - U.S. News & World Report

Vast fuel lines form in Venezuela - The Columbian

What's next for U.S.-Venezuela relations amid oil shortage - WBUR News

In the Shadow of an Oil-Slicked Lake, Venezuela Is Exporting Shrimp to World - Bloomberg

Venezuela's Lake Maracaibo sees shift from oil drilling to shrimp farming - La Prensa Latina

The Last Heroin Seller in Maracaibo - Filter

Venezuela: the decline of an oil giant in crisis - Buenos Aires Times

Venezuelan airline Turpial will operate a flight between Maracaibo and Santo Domingo - Dominican Today

Lake Maracaibo - Worldatlas.com

Flash photography! Welcome to Venezuela's Lake Maracaibo, lightning capital of the world - Photos News - Firstpost

Gulf Of Venezuela - Worldatlas.com

Fabulous Venezuelan flavors mark visit to Maracaibo Bistro in Virginia Beach - The Virginian-Pilot

Carrao Bracho, the pitching fisherman - FanSided

Sky High Aviation announces flights to Venezuela - Aviacionline

The Disaster That Is Venezuela - The New York Times

Maracaibo, Venezuela's oil capital, caught between US sanctions, Guaido and Maduro - The Washington Post

In Venezuela, a village on stilts slowly succumbs to mud - FRANCE 24 English

Lake Maracaibo: polluted by a permanent black tide - Phys.org

Reporters - 'We're starving to death': City of Maracaibo symbolises Venezuela's collapse - FRANCE 24 English

Venezuela's Internet Resurrection Begins in Maracaibo - Caracas Chronicles

Natural Wonders: Catatumbo Lightning » Explorersweb - ExplorersWeb

Fishermen live in stain of Venezuela's broken oil industry - The Associated Press - en Español

Hustling for gas, electricity, and water: A postcard from a Maracaibo in meltdown - The New Humanitarian

Inside the world's most violent prison - where inmates are beheaded in horrid massacres - The Mirror

In Venezuela, inflation and dollarization deepen schism between private and state employees - Reuters.com

General Rafael Urdaneta Bridge – Maracaibo, Venezuela - Atlas Obscura

The Mystery of Luxury Construction in Depressed Maracaibo - Caracas Chronicles

'They think they'll be left to die': pandemic shakes already fragile Venezuela - The Guardian

Reporters - Video: Maracaibo, the story of Venezuela's collapse - FRANCE 24 English

'Horror, fear, despair': Venezuela's oil capital shattered by 'tsunami' of violent looting - The Guardian

A New Look at Earth’s Lightning – From a Sensor Installed on the International Space Station - SciTechDaily

First shipment from World Food Programme arrives in Venezuela - Reuters.com

Ghost Town: A Venezuelan El Dorado Hits Rock Bottom - DER SPIEGEL International Edition

In Venezuela, priests convicted of abuse have returned to ministry - The Washington Post

Oil workers reveal a Venezuelan region crumbling despite its resources - CNN

Guiana Dolphins Are Unintended Victims of Venezuela's Economic Crisis - Hakai Magazine

Young Venezuelan ball players 'wanted to stay' in U.S. - The Wider Image

Maracaibo Has Venezuela's Largest Thermo Infrastructure... But It's still in the Dark - Caracas Chronicles

The Venezuelan city Maracaibo has been devastated by looting during the power outages - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Once oil wealthy, Venezuela's largest state struggles to keep the lights on - Reuters.com

The Silent Demise of Venezuelan Baseball - Caracas Chronicles

The World's Top Lightning Hotspot Is Lake Maracaibo in Venezuela - Scientific American

Coronavirus Venezuela: Maduro blames migrants for outbreaks in Maracaibo, Zulia, Tachira, Apure - The Washington Post

Lost in Space: What is the Beacon of Maracaibo? Does it really exist? - Express

9 Dazzling Facts about the Catatumbo Lighting - Mentalfloss

In Venezuela’s former oil capital, there’s poverty in life and death - The Independent

Venezuela, Central Africa are Earth's lightning hot spots - EARTH Magazine

A Devastated Venezuelan City’s Residents Dig Deeper to Survive - The Wall Street Journal

An Ecosystem in Crisis: Environmental Degradation in Venezuela | Global Risk Insights - Global Risk Insights

Venezuela's gasoline goes from world's cheapest to steepest - Reuters.com

Support Strong for Guaido in Devastated Venezuelan Oil City - Voice of America - VOA News

Venezuela’s nightly lightning show - The Guardian

This Is What It's Like Trying to Buy Drugs During Venezuela's Economic Crisis - VICE

Fishing in the blackened and polluted waters off Venezuela – in pictures - The Guardian

Venezuela's Zulia state emerges as coronavirus hot spot - Reuters.com

NASA satellite photos show oil spill, pollution in Venezuela's Lake Maracaibo - The Washington Post

The Crisis In Venezuela - Worldatlas.com

These two places symbolized Venezuela's strength. Now they epitomize its implosion. - The Washington Post

A Place Where Lightning Strikes Almost 300 Days a Year - The New York Times

Review: "Once Upon a Time in Venezuela" Is an Immersive Dive Into a Vanishing Village - Cinema Escapist

How Oil Killed Lake Maracaibo - Caracas Chronicles

In hungry Venezuela, food producers step up exports to survive - Reuters.com

Venezuelan oil spills leak crude into the Caribbean Sea - The Washington Post

The failed Venezuela coup attempt that led to 2 Americans being captured, explained - Vox.com

In Venezuela, not even the dollar is immune to effects of hyperinflation - Reuters.com

In Venezuela, some people can buy their way out of the endless power outages - Miami Herald

Lightning Capital Of The World: Meet Venezuela's Maracaibo Lake - TheTravel

Southern winter spells trouble for Venezuelan refugees and migrants - UNHCR

'Missed his moment': opposition corruption scandal undermines Venezuela's Guaido - Reuters

Venezuela in the US Press - FAIR

Buckets for toilets, recycled gloves: Venezuelan hospitals await coronavirus unprepared - Reuters.com

Driven by pandemic, Venezuelans uproot again to come to US - ABC News

Gangs Launch Grenades at Shops in Zulia, Venezuela - InSight Crime

In Venezuela’s Oil Hub, Prosperity Turns to Crime, Hunger - The Wall Street Journal

Venezuela blackout devastates country's second city as world focuses on Caracas - The Guardian

Residents buy spoiled meat after fire destroys main power line in Venezuela's Maracaibo; country facing worst-ever economic downfall - World News , Firstpost - Firstpost

Pirates of the Lake - Gangs Prey on Venezuelan Fishermen - InSight Crime

Contamination Has Turned Lake Maracaibo in Venezuela Neon Green - Inside Edition

Venezuela Maps & Facts - Worldatlas.com

Once Upon a Time in Venezuela: the documentary about the floating ghost town | Global Comment - GlobalComment.com

How Venezuela Fell From the Richest Country in South America into Crisis - History

Sick of seeing lightning? This place is electrified by it up to 300 days a year - WKMG News 6 & ClickOrlando

The 'Catatumbo Lightning': Venezuela's eternal storm - Reuters.com

'I thought I was going to die.' Inside Venezuela's mandatory quarantine motels - CNN

Venezuela's poorest struggle to take care of their dead - The Sumter Item

Venezuelan coal exports rise as U.S. escalates oil sanctions - Reuters

Venezuelan Anti-Maduro Governor Sacked, Opposition in Chaos - Voice of America - VOA News

The Sack of Maracaibo - Caracas Chronicles

France 24 wins prestigious FIGRA prize for documentary on Venezuela's Maracaibo - FRANCE 24 English

Lake Maracaibo: Polluted by permanent black tide - ฺBangkok Post

Venezuela, 1922: The discovery of Big Oil - CGTN America

Police believe thieves steal Venezuela zoo animals to eat them - Reuters

The Living Portrait of a Dying Town - Caracas Chronicles

Haunted by a Gene - The New York Times

Venezuelans revel in pots-and-pans protests after Maduro humiliation - Reuters.com

Venezuela-Colombia Border Could See Rise in Drug Trafficking - InSight Crime

American Airlines halts flights to Caracas, Maracaibo in Venezuela - Reuters

How Countries Manage Water: Venezuela - Americas Quarterly

Maduro has a plan to fix Venezuela's inflation — which may make things worse - The Washington Post