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IN Photography ON 18 May, 2016
The fall of an economy affects all walks of human life sooner or later. We have seen images of the Great Depression and we also saw the crisis that Greece went through last year, however, the damage is always more than it can be seen from a safe distance. And New York Times photographer Meridith Kohut has just changed that perspective of ours by bringing in light the horrible conditions of Venezuela's hospitals where there is no electricity, no soap, and no life.
These pictures might make you cry!
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