Eliezer Torres fights for the release of 16 Venezuelan children who were detained in Trinidad after entering the island irregularly.
Leonardo Ramírez was the only videographer in the world who filmed the beginning of the quarantine in Wuhan. This is a portrait of the first confinement of the covid-19 pandemic.
She was one of the 100 most inspiring and influential women of 2020, according to the BBC. The first that measured child malnutrition in Venezuela during the humanitarian emergency.
Jesús Uricare tells the story of his son Fabián, a 12-year-old boy who was arrested in Trinidad when he tried to enter the island in an irregular boat.
This Venezuelan scientist detected an error in the data that supported the prescription of ivermectin to treat the coronavirus.
Kings, armies, and governments have fought over the control of chloroquine to cure malaria. It has been tested against the coronavirus, but scientific studies indicate that it does not benefit patients.
They took a blood sample from me, put it in a test tube, and showed me how to examine it under the microscope. This is how I learned to diagnose malaria.
A doctor fights to save an indigenous girl who was complicated by malaria in the Venezuelan Amazon.
The Institute of Tropical Medicine of Venezuela has suffered 80 assaults in seven years. Despite that, the researchers do science and treat patients.
Ilich Ramírez talks about his expectations regarding the first trial for civilian victims of his attacks, in November 2011. Also about his relationship with Hugo Chávez.
Eduardo was arrested in a Caracas police station for a street argument. He thought he would never get out of there.
Cornered by the economic and political crisis, Chagid Bacha emigrated from Caracas to Beirut in 2015. Five years later, an explosion in the Lebanese capital revealed a collapse similar to that of Venezuela.
A protester is beaten up by the Venezuelan National Guard in a protest. Officials try to take him away from the hospital emergency, but the doctors and nurses are against it.
At five in the afternoon the power went out in the office. And in the building, on the block, in Caracas. In 22 of 23 states of Venezuela. It did not return the next day or the day after. Nobody knew why.
Dr. José Francisco Mata was removing the tumor and the eye when the power went out in Caracas. The operating room remained in darkness.