Oil Cash Waning, Venezuelan Shelves Lie Bare

Mary Noriega heard there would be chicken.  She hated being herded “like cattle,” she said, standing for hours in a line of more than 1,500 people hoping to buy food, as soldiers with side arms checked identification cards to make sure no one tried to buy basic items more than once or twice a week.

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