Hannah Dreier

ProPublica

Guest

Covered Venezuela for the AP; currently an immigration reporter at ProPublica.

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On Sunday, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro called a military uprising that broke out a terrorist attack, and fired public prosecutor Luisa Ortega.

On the ground in Venezuela: Living through a crisis

On Sunday, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro called a military uprising that broke out a terrorist attack, and fired public prosecutor Luisa Ortega.

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