The shutoff temporarily halts flights and ship traffic to and from Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao, three islands that host black markets for Venezuelan contraband.
As a dire economy drives migration, Venezuelans in their retirement years are joining the exodus, a journey fraught with worries over health care, employment and leaving a country they once loved.
President Trump threatened to “totally destroy” North Korea, and said that Iran masked a corrupt dictatorship under “the false guise of a democracy.”
As Venezuela sinks further into crisis, new forms of protest have emerged both inside the country and abroad.
By LIZETTE ALVAREZ June 7, 2017 MIAMI — As the sun blazed down on nearly 100 protesters in downtown Miami last week, José Antonio Colina, a leader among Venezuelan exiles, stood in front of the group’s latest target, a high-rise, and led...