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  1. As Venezuelans Go Hungry, The Military Is Trafficking In FoodRead the original story

    Monday Jan 9 | WBEZ-FM Chicago

    A Venezuelan soldier watches over cargo trucks leaving the port in Puerto Cabello, which handles the majority of the country's food imports. Across the chain of command, from high-level generals to the lowest foot soldiers, military officials are using their growing power over the food supply to siphon off wealth for themselves.

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  2. As Venezuelans Go Hungry, The Military Is Trafficking In FoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 9 | WGBH

    A Venezuelan soldier watches over cargo trucks leaving the port in Puerto Cabello, which handles the majority of the country's food imports. Across the chain of command, from high-level generals to the lowest foot soldiers, military officials are using their growing power over the food supply to siphon off wealth for themselves.

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  3. Sony Classical Releases 2017 New Year's Concert with Vienna Philharmonic & Gustavo DudamelRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 6 | BroadwayWorld.com

    Sony Classical is pleased to announce the release of the recording of one of the world's most famous classical music events: the 2017 New Year's Concert with the Vienna Philharmonic under the direction of renowned Venezuelan-born conductor Gustavo Dudamel. On January 9, 2017, the live recording will be available exclusively at ArkivMusic.com and as a download through all major digital service providers.

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  4. 'Food a better business than drugs': Venezuela military...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 2 | Stuff.co.nz

    When widespread hunger drew tens of thousands of people to the streets in protest last summer, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro turned to the military to manage the country's diminished food supply, putting generals in charge of everything from butter to rice. In the middle of the night, he would travel to an illegal market run by the military to buy pallets of corn flour - at 100 times the government-set price.

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  5. Venezuela military trafficking food as country goes hungryRead the original story

    Sunday Jan 1 | Norwalk Citizen News

    In this Feb. 14, 2004 file photo, the military creates a perimeter at a government-subsidized food market in Caracas, Venezuela. The late President Hugo Chavez began handing the military control over food, and the wider economy, following opposition attempts to overthrow him in 2002.

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  6. Venezuela's Military Is Trafficking Food as the Country Goes HungryRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 1, 2016 | Time

    When hunger drew tens of thousands of Venezuelans to the streets last summer in protest, President Nicolas Maduro turned to the military to manage the country's diminished food supply, putting generals in charge of everything from butter to rice. But instead of fighting hunger, the military is making money from it, an Associated Press investigation shows.

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  7. Brazil feeling the fallout of neighbour's crisisRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 1 | The New Zealand Herald

    A youth uses his pillow as a bag to collect rice from the pavement that shook loose from a food cargo truck in Puerto Cabello, Venezuela. Photo / AP As throngs of Venezuelans trek to Brazil in search of food and medicine, hospitals along Brazil's sparsely populated northern border are struggling to pick up the pieces of Venezuela's failing health-care system.

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  8. Venezuela military controls food as nation goes hungryRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 1 | Al Jazeera

    When hunger drew tens of thousands of Venezuelans to the streets in protest last summer, President Nicolas Maduro turned to the military to manage the country's diminished food supply, putting generals in charge of everything from butter to rice. But instead of fighting hunger, the military is making money from it, an Associated Press investigation shows.

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  9. Venezuela military is making money off country's diminished food supplyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 1 | The Toronto Star

    Food trafficking has become one of Venezuela's biggest businesses and the military is at the heart of it according to documents and multiple interviews. A Venezuelan National Guard soldier watches over cargo trucks leaving the port in Puerto Cabello.

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  10. Ap Photos: Editor selections from Latin America, CaribbeanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 29 | Fredericksburg.com

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  11. Ap Photos: Editor selections from Latin America, CaribbeanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 29 | Norwalk Citizen News

    In this Nov. 14, 2016 photo, a boy scoops into a pillowcase rice off the pavement that shook loose from a food cargo truck waiting to enter the port in Puerto Cabello, Venezuela, the port that handles the majority of the country's food imports. As millions of Venezuelans go hungry this year, food trafficking has become one of the most lucrative businesses in the country.

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  12. As Venezuelans starve, the generals grow fatRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 29 | The Washington Post

    A youth uses his pillow as a bag to collect rice from the pavement that shook loose from a food cargo truck waiting to enter the port in Puerto Cabello, Venezuela, on Nov. 14. As millions of Venezuelans go hungry this year, food trafficking has become one of the most lucrative businesses in the country. It's a question those of us who write about Venezuela hear all the time.

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  13. As the people starve, Venezuela's military follows Cuba's ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 29 | Babalu Blog

    While for decades Cubans have been subjected to ration books to receive a meager amount of monthly food allotments that only last a few days, the elite members of Cuba's apartheid military dictatorship have been dining on steak and lobster. It is the military that controls the food in Cuba and when you control the food, you control the population.

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  14. Venezuelan military profits from hungerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 28 | Texarkana Gazette

    In this Nov. 14, 2016 photo, young men climb into an empty food truck, in search of leftover grain, as the vehicle comes to a slow stop outside the port in Puerto Cabello, Venezuela, the port city that handles the majority of Venezuela's food imports. Retired Gen.

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  15. Venezuela's military is trafficking food as the rest of the country goes hungryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 28 | Salon

    When hunger drew tens of thousands of Venezuelans to the streets last summer in protest, President Nicolas Maduro turned to the military to manage the country's diminished food supply, putting generals in charge of everything from butter to rice. But instead of fighting hunger, the military is making money from it, an Associated Press investigation shows.

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  16. Venezuela Military Trafficking Food as Country Goes HungryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 28 | Voice of America

    When hunger drew tens of thousands of Venezuelans to the streets last summer in protest, President Nicolas Maduro turned to the military to manage the country's diminished food supply, putting generals in charge of everything from butter to rice. But instead of fighting hunger, the military is making money from it, an Associated Press investigation shows.

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  17. Venezuela military trafficking food as millions in the country go hungryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 28 | Chicago Tribune

    When hunger drew tens of thousands of Venezuelans to the streets last summer in protest, President Nicolas Maduro turned to the military to manage the country's diminished food supply, putting generals in charge of everything from butter to rice. But instead of fighting hunger, the military is making money from it, an Associated Press investigation shows.

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  18. 10 Things to Know for TodayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 27 | KWWL-TV Waterloo

    At the po... . Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and President Barack Obama greet World War II Pearl Harbor survivors after on Kilo Pier overlooking the USS Arizona Memorial, part of the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument,... .

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  19. Photo: In this Nov. 14, 2016 photo, a youth uses his pillRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 28 | The Las Vegas Sun

    In this Nov. 14, 2016 photo, a youth uses his pillow as a bag to collect rice from the pavement that shook loose from a food cargo truck waiting to enter the port in Puerto Cabello, Venezuela, the port that handles the majority of Venezuela's food imports.

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  20. Posted On28 Dec 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 27 | TheCourier.com

    The Cleveland Browns' first victory of the season is also a win for the Greater Cleveland Food Bank.

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