Will Venezuela oil sanctions be the silver bullet to fell Maduro regime?
Drivers in the oil-rich country fear the pumps may soon run dry as US tightens economic screw
Outside a service station in eastern Caracas, the queue for fuel stretches for blocks. Drivers know that the US has leveled sanctions on Venezuela’s state-run oil company – and they worry that the pumps will soon run dry.
“Everything is going to get worse,” said Tomás Pacheco, who was waiting to fill his car. “And these long lines are the new normal for us.”Continue reading...