The number of Venezuelan refugees will reach 5.4 million by the end of 2019, according to projections from the United Nations.
Because the protection is only a temporary status and doesn't offer a path to citizenship, it puts recipients in a legal gray zone.
Workers unload medicines and disposable medical supplies from a cargo plane after landing at Simon Bolivar International Airport on May 16th, 2019, in Maiquetia, Venezuela.
Supporters of Juan Guaidó gather to demonstrate against the government of Nicolás Maduro in a vigil on May 5th, 2019, in Caracas, Venezuela.
A student standing in a tree displays a Venezuelan flag during a rally in support of opposition leader Juan Guaidó on May 2nd, 2019, in Caracas, Venezuela.
As a result of repeated outages, millions of Venezuelans have suffered increasing shortages on basic supplies and services or have lost water completely in the past two weeks.
Four scholars explain why the failure of Venezuela is due to corruption—not to universal health care.
Diplomatic relationships between Venezuela and the U.S. have been tense for decades, and this is hardly the first time ties have been severed.
People cross through the low waters of the Táchira River after the closure of a border bridge on February 27th, 2019, in Cúcuta, Colombia.
Trucks loaded with humanitarian aid for Venezuela arrive in Cucuta, Colombia, a city on the Venezuelan border, on February 7th, 2018.
President of Venezuela Nicolás Maduro gives a speech to his supporters from the Balcón del Pueblo of the Miraflores Government Palace on Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019, in Caracas, Venezuela.
A Venezuelan migrant rests next to a Christmas tree at an improvised camp near a bus terminal in Bogota, Colombia.
In the Brazilian state of Roraima, newcomers arrive every day by car, bus, and bicycle.
As a result of the Venezuelan crisis, refugees are flooding into cities and towns across the region, an example of a growing global trend.
Invoking the bloody history of regime change in the region, 10 countries signed a document rejecting military intervention in Venezuela.
A policeman takes fingerprints of a Venezuelan migrant as a group of migrants wait to apply for resident visas or temporary stay permits at an Interpol facility in Lima, Peru, on August 29th, 2018.
Nicolás Maduro's government is taking desperate steps to try stop the bleeding in the country's economy.
President Daniel Ortega has seen his popularity plummet in conjunction with the economic hardships faced by his most ardent financial supporter.
After an unprecedented outbreak of violence in a border town that has become the main entry point for Venezuelan migrants, the Brazilian government on Monday ruled out closing the border.
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