Caracas dances with the useless
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Venezuela is experiencing one of many worst financial crises in its historical past. For the inhabitants of the capital, on a regular basis life is survival. Public providers are deserted and the welfare state is a distant reminiscence. Venezuela is sinking, crime is exploding, prisons are filling up. From the police station to the hospital, from the morgue to the cemetery, the reporters of France 24 give us an unprecedented immersion in Caracas, which relies on the useless when life is nugatory.
Watch out, some pictures can injury probably the most delicate viewers.
Caracas is likely one of the most violent capitals on this planet, and with the disaster, the state of affairs is getting worse. Crime reaches heights and even cemeteries are looted. We even dedicate ourselves to witchcraft from human stays with the hope of a greater future.
Since 2015, some three million Venezuelans have fled starvation, violence and illness. However not everybody can afford to go away. Those that keep are increasingly more quite a few to look to the opposite life.
Day-after-day, on the morgue, journalists inform victims and fans search for shoppers. And the criminals aren’t the one ones who shed blood. The police are frequently accused of killing younger folks out of mere suspicion.
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The hospital disaster is common. The federal government, in ruins, can’t import tools and medicines. In Caracas, public hospitals are protected by the military and banned from journalists.
An in depth report by Roméo Langlois, Herminia Fernández, Claire Paccalin and Mayssa Awad of the French editorial employees 24.