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USA-IMMIGRATION/BORDER
RTSEKEG5 
December 29, 2022 
Venezuelan migrants who are seeking asylum in the United States cook arepas while they wait at a makeshift... 
Matamoros, Mexico 
Migrants seeking asylum in the United States wait at a makeshift encampment, in Matamoros 
Venezuelan migrants who are seeking asylum in the United States cook arepas while they wait at a makeshift encampment near the border between the U.S. and Mexico, in Matamoros, Mexico, December 29, 2022. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril 
USA-IMMIGRATION/BORDER
RTSECJ19 
December 20, 2022 
A Venezuelan migrant who is seeking asylum into the United States cooks an arepa over a fire set on a... 
Matamoros, Mexico 
Migrants who are seeking asylum into the United States set up a makeshift encampment, in Matamoros 
A Venezuelan migrant who is seeking asylum into the United States cooks an arepa over a fire set on a makeshift encampment near the U.S. border with Brownsville, Texas, after the U.S. Supreme Court said Title 42 should stand as is for now, in Matamoros, Mexico December 20, 2022. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril 
VENEZUELA-MALNUTRITION/
RTS2VEZ7 
December 18, 2019 
Yinmari Colmenares, 9, who is underweight for her age according to her mother, eats an arepa at her house... 
Barquisimeto, Venezuela 
The Wider Image: Malnutrition curses the children of Venezuela 
Yinmari Colmenares, 9, who is underweight for her age according to her mother, eats an arepa at her house in Barquisimeto, Venezuela, August 9, 2019. "Sometimes she says: Mama I'm hungry, my stomach burns. That makes me sick," said Dulce Colmenares. "It's hard; sometimes when I don't have anything, I try to communicate with my sister so she can help me," she explained in tears, while talking about how difficult it is not to have enough food. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "VENEZUELA MALNUTRITION" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
VENEZUELA-BASEBALL/
RTX73H87 
September 18, 2019 
Baseball little league player Adrian Salcedo, 13, eats an arepa for breakfast at his home in Maracaibo,... 
Maracaibo, Venezuela 
The Wider Image: Young Venezuelan ball players 'wanted to stay' in U.S. 
Baseball little league player Adrian Salcedo, 13, eats an arepa for breakfast at his home in Maracaibo, Venezuela, August 30, 2019. REUTERS/Manaure Quintero SEARCH "QUINTERO BASEBALL" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
VENEZUELA-MIGRATION/WOMAN
RTS2ITAY 
June 19, 2019 
Venezuelan migrant Suramay Farias, 47, poses for a picture with her daughter Franchesca, 8, while they... 
Tumbes, Peru 
The Wider Image: Venezuelan mothers, children in tow, rush to migrate 
Venezuelan migrant Suramay Farias, 47, poses for a picture with her daughter Franchesca, 8, while they wait to process their documents at the Ecuadorian-Peruvian border service centre, before continuing their journey to Chiclayo, on the outskirts of Tumbes, Peru, June 16, 2019. Suramay had never thought about travelling, much less leaving the country, but worried about the future of her youngest daughter and decided to go to Peru where her other children have been living for a year. "They told me, Mama, come here so you can give the girl a chance to have a better diet and a better life," Farias said. "She was in a private school but I had to take her out and put her in a public one close to our house, because if I paid for her school and transportation, I wouldn't have had enough to feed her. I preferred to have her in a public school and at least give her an arepa with butter," she said. "This is very hard because I left my mother, I left my husband, but I have my children here. This is not what I wanted. I would like to have my children in Venezuela". "I love my country, but with the circumstance that we have there, we have to migrate." REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "MOTHERS REFUGEE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
VENEZUELA-MIGRATION/PERU
RTS22MJ3 
September 24, 2018 
Venezuelan migrants prepare a traditional Venezuelan food known as 'arepas' during the inauguration of... 
Lima, Peru 
Venezuelan migrants prepare a traditional Venezuelan food known as 'arepas' during the inauguration of... 
Venezuelan migrants prepare a traditional Venezuelan food known as 'arepas' during the inauguration of a temporary shelter in Lima, Peru September 24, 2018. REUTERS/Guadalupe Pardo 
VENEZUELA-MIGRATION/PERU
RTS22MIZ 
September 24, 2018 
Traditional Venezuelan food known as 'arepas' are seen during the inauguration of a temporary shelter... 
Lima, Peru 
Traditional Venezuelan food known as 'arepas' are seen during the inauguration of a temporary shelter... 
Traditional Venezuelan food known as 'arepas' are seen during the inauguration of a temporary shelter in Lima, Peru September 24, 2018. REUTERS/Guadalupe Pardo 
VENEZUELA-MIGRATION/PERU
RTS22MIO 
September 24, 2018 
A Venezuelan migrant prepares a traditional Venezuelan food known as 'arepas' during the inauguration... 
Lima, Peru 
A Venezuelan migrant prepares a traditional Venezuelan food known as 'arepas' during the inauguration... 
A Venezuelan migrant prepares a traditional Venezuelan food known as 'arepas' during the inauguration of a temporary shelter in Lima, Peru September 24, 2018. REUTERS/Guadalupe Pardo 
VENEZUELA-ELECTION/MIGRANTS
RTS1RSLJ 
May 16, 2018 
A Venezuelan citizen sells arepas outside the Interpol office in Lima, Peru, May 10, 2018. Picture taken... 
Lima, Peru 
A Venezuelan citizen sells arepas outside the Interpol office in Lima 
A Venezuelan citizen sells arepas outside the Interpol office in Lima, Peru, May 10, 2018. Picture taken May 10, 2018. REUTERS/Guadalupe Pardo 
VENEZUELA-BUS/
RTX50VU4 
March 02, 2018 
Josmer Rivas (L) eats a Venezuelan arepa for breakfast as he and his family wait for the bus to travel... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
The Wider Image: A journey on a caravan of misery 
Josmer Rivas (L) eats a Venezuelan arepa for breakfast as he and his family wait for the bus to travel from Caracas to Ecuador at the Rutas de America's bus station in Caracas, Venezuela, November 3, 2017. Protests about land reform in Colombia led to the Pan-American highway being blocked so the bus was cancelled that day and Rivas left a few days later. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "RAWLINS BUS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TO MATCH SPECIAL REPORT XXX 
VENEZUELA-COLOMBIA/
RTX4JG2X 
January 24, 2018 
Men sit next to the fire as they cook arepas using firewoods in a sport center where a community of homeless... 
Cucuta, Colombia 
Men sit next to the fire as they cook arepas using firewoods in a sport center where a community of homeless... 
Men sit next to the fire as they cook arepas using firewoods in a sport center where a community of homeless Venezuelan migrants stays, in Cucuta, Colombia January 23, 2018. Picture taken January 23, 2018. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins 
VENEZUELA-COLOMBIA/
RTX4JG2H 
January 24, 2018 
People cook arepas using firewood in a sport center where a community of homeless Venezuelan migrants... 
Cucuta, Colombia 
People cook arepas using firewood in a sport center where a community of homeless Venezuelan migrants... 
People cook arepas using firewood in a sport center where a community of homeless Venezuelan migrants stays, in Cucuta, Colombia January 23, 2018. Picture taken January 23, 2018. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins 
VENEZUELA-COLOMBIA/
RTX4JG2B 
January 24, 2018 
Men cook arepas using firewood in a sport center where a community of homeless Venezuelan migrants stays,... 
Cucuta, Colombia 
Men cook arepas using firewood in a sport center where a community of homeless Venezuelan migrants stays,... 
Men cook arepas using firewood in a sport center where a community of homeless Venezuelan migrants stays, in Cucuta, Colombia January 23, 2018. Picture taken January 23, 2018. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins 
VENEZUELA-ECONOMY/
RTX3YQFP 
December 26, 2017 
A worker fills an arepa with hen salad and avocado at a restaurant in Caracas, Venezuela December 19,... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
A worker fills an arepa with hen salad and avocado at a restaurant in Caracas 
A worker fills an arepa with hen salad and avocado at a restaurant in Caracas, Venezuela December 19, 2017. Picture taken December 19, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello 
VENEZUELA-ECONOMY/
RTX3YQFK 
December 26, 2017 
A worker serves an arepa stuffed with cheese, hen salad and avocado at a restaurant in Caracas, Venezuela... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
A worker serves an arepa stuffed with cheese, hen salad and avocado at a restaurant in Caracas 
A worker serves an arepa stuffed with cheese, hen salad and avocado at a restaurant in Caracas, Venezuela December 19, 2017. Picture taken December 19, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello 
VENEZUELA-ECONOMY/
RTX3YQFE 
December 26, 2017 
Arepas stuffed with cheese are seen at a restaurant in Caracas, Venezuela December 21, 2017. Picture... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Arepas stuffed with cheese are seen at a restaurant in Caracas 
Arepas stuffed with cheese are seen at a restaurant in Caracas, Venezuela December 21, 2017. Picture taken December 21, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello 
VENEZUELA-CHILDREN/
RTS1F8JV 
October 05, 2017 
One of Yennifer Padron and Victor Cordova's daughters eats an arepa in the family room of the house that... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
One of Yennifer Padron and Victor Cordova's daughters eats an arepa in the family room of the house that... 
One of Yennifer Padron and Victor Cordova's daughters eats an arepa in the family room of the house that they share at Petare slum in Caracas, Venezuela, August 21, 2017. Picture taken August 21, 2017. To match Feature VENEZUELA-CHILDREN/ REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
VENEZUELA-CHILDREN/
RTS1F7ZP 
October 05, 2017 
One of Yennifer Padron and Victor Cordova's daughters eats an arepa in the family room of the house that... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
One of Yennifer Padron and Victor Cordova's daughters eats an arepa in the family room of the house that... 
One of Yennifer Padron and Victor Cordova's daughters eats an arepa in the family room of the house that they share at Petare slum in Caracas, Venezuela, August 21, 2017. Picture taken August 21, 2017. To match Feature VENEZUELA-CHILDREN/ REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares 
VENEZUELA-CHILDREN/
RTS1F7YZ 
October 05, 2017 
Yennifer Padron cooks arepas in the family room of the house that they share at Petare slum in Caracas,... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Yennifer Padron cooks arepas in the family room of the house that they share at Petare slum in Caracas... 
Yennifer Padron cooks arepas in the family room of the house that they share at Petare slum in Caracas, Venezuela, August 21, 2017. Picture taken August 21, 2017. To match Feature VENEZUELA-CHILDREN/ REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares 
PERU-VENEZUELA/
RTS16A6Q 
May 12, 2017 
Jose Antonio Leon, a migrant from Venezuela, sells traditional Venezuelan food known as 'arepas' at Gamarra... 
Lima, Peru 
Jose Antonio Leon, a migrant from Venezuela, sells traditional Venezuelan food known as 'arepas' at Gamarra... 
Jose Antonio Leon, a migrant from Venezuela, sells traditional Venezuelan food known as 'arepas' at Gamarra textile cluster in Lima's district of la Victoria, Peru, May 11, 2017. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo 
PERU-VENEZUELA/
RTS169ZD 
May 12, 2017 
Carlos Urriola, a migrant from Venezuela where he was a law student, sells traditional Venezuelan food... 
Lima, Peru 
Carlos Urriola, a migrant from Venezuela where he was a law student, sells traditional Venezuelan food... 
Carlos Urriola, a migrant from Venezuela where he was a law student, sells traditional Venezuelan food known as 'arepas' at Gamarra textile cluster in Lima's district of la Victoria, Peru, May 11, 2017. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo 
PERU-VENEZUELA/
RTS169ZC 
May 12, 2017 
Carlos Urriola, a migrant from Venezuela where he was a law student, sells traditional Venezuelan food... 
Lima, Peru 
Carlos Urriola, a migrant from Venezuela where he was a law student, sells traditional Venezuelan food... 
Carlos Urriola, a migrant from Venezuela where he was a law student, sells traditional Venezuelan food known as 'arepas' at Gamarra textile cluster in Lima's district of la Victoria, Peru, May 11, 2017. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo 
PERU-VENEZUELA/
RTS169Z5 
May 12, 2017 
Luis Miguel Miserol, a migrant from Venezuela, sells traditional Venezuelan food known as 'arepas' at... 
Lima, Peru 
Luis Miguel Miserol, a migrant from Venezuela, sells traditional Venezuelan food known as 'arepas' at... 
Luis Miguel Miserol, a migrant from Venezuela, sells traditional Venezuelan food known as 'arepas' at Gamarra textile cluster in Lima's district of la Victoria, Peru, May 11, 2017. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo 
PERU-VENEZUELA/
RTS169Z2 
May 12, 2017 
Carlos Urriola, a migrant from Venezuela where he was a law student, sells traditional Venezuelan food... 
Lima, Peru 
Carlos Urriola, a migrant from Venezuela where he was a law student, sells traditional Venezuelan food... 
Carlos Urriola, a migrant from Venezuela where he was a law student, sells traditional Venezuelan food known as 'arepas' at Gamarra textile cluster in Lima's district of la Victoria, Peru, May 11, 2017. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo 
PERU-VENEZUELA/
RTS169YV 
May 12, 2017 
Jose Antonio Leon, a migrant from Venezuela, sells traditional Venezuelan food known as 'arepas' at Gamarra... 
Lima, Peru 
Jose Antonio Leon, a migrant from Venezuela, sells traditional Venezuelan food known as 'arepas' at Gamarra... 
Jose Antonio Leon, a migrant from Venezuela, sells traditional Venezuelan food known as 'arepas' at Gamarra textile cluster in Lima's district of la Victoria, Peru, May 11, 2017. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo 
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTX3275S 
March 22, 2017 
Mariano Marquez (L), a volunteer of Make The Difference (Haz La Diferencia) charity initiative, gives... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Mariano Marquez, a volunteer of Make The Difference (Haz La Diferencia) charity initiative, gives a cup... 
Mariano Marquez (L), a volunteer of Make The Difference (Haz La Diferencia) charity initiative, gives a cup of soup and an arepa to a homeless woman in a street of Caracas, Venezuela March12, 2017. Picture taken March 12, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello 
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTX3275C 
March 22, 2017 
Volunteers of the Make The Difference (Haz La Diferencia) charity initiative prepare arepas to be donated,... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Volunteers of the Make The Difference (Haz La Diferencia) charity initiative prepare arepas to be donated,... 
Volunteers of the Make The Difference (Haz La Diferencia) charity initiative prepare arepas to be donated, at the home kitchen of one of the volunteers in Caracas, Venezuela March 5, 2017. Picture taken March 5, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello 
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTX32758 
March 22, 2017 
Diego Prada (2nd R) and Maria Luisa Pombo (2nd L), Volunteers of the Make The Difference (Haz La Diferencia)... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Diego Prada and Maria Luisa Pombo, Volunteers of the Make The Difference (Haz La Diferencia) charity... 
Diego Prada (2nd R) and Maria Luisa Pombo (2nd L), Volunteers of the Make The Difference (Haz La Diferencia) charity initiative, speak with a homeless man after giving him a cup of soup and an arepa in Caracas, Venezuela March 5, 2017. Picture taken March 5, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello 
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTX3274Y 
March 22, 2017 
A volunteer of Make The Difference (Haz La Diferencia) charity initiative gives a cup of soup and an... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
A volunteer of Make The Difference (Haz La Diferencia) charity initiative gives a cup of soup and an... 
A volunteer of Make The Difference (Haz La Diferencia) charity initiative gives a cup of soup and an arepa to a homeless child in a street of Caracas, Venezuela March 5, 2017. Picture taken March 5, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello 
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTX3274W 
March 22, 2017 
A volunteer of Make The Difference (Haz La Diferencia) charity initiative speaks with a homeless child... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
A volunteer of Make The Difference (Haz La Diferencia) charity initiative speaks with a homeless child... 
A volunteer of Make The Difference (Haz La Diferencia) charity initiative speaks with a homeless child after giving him a cup of soup and an arepa in a street of Caracas, Venezuela March 5, 2017. Picture taken March 5, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello 
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTX3274K 
March 22, 2017 
Volunteers of the Make The Difference (Haz La Diferencia) charity initiative prepare soup and fill in... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Volunteers at Make The Difference (Haz La Diferencia) charity initiative prepare soup and fill in arepas... 
Volunteers of the Make The Difference (Haz La Diferencia) charity initiative prepare soup and fill in arepas to be donated, at the home kitchen of one of the volunteers in Caracas, Venezuela March12, 2017. Picture taken March 12, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello 
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTX3274H 
March 22, 2017 
Diego Prada (L), a volunteer of the Make The Difference (Haz La Diferencia) charity initiative, gives... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Diego Prada, volunteer of the Make The Difference (Haz La Diferencia) charity initiative, gives a cup... 
Diego Prada (L), a volunteer of the Make The Difference (Haz La Diferencia) charity initiative, gives a cup of soup and an arepa to a man in a street of Caracas, Venezuela March12, 2017. Picture taken March 12, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello 
VENEZUELA-SCHOOLCHIDREN/
RTSJJV5 
July 25, 2016 
When children began fainting at a Catholic-run school in a poor neighbourhood of Venezuela's capital... 
Maracay, Venezuela 
The Wider Image: Venezuelan children express hunger in drawings
When children began fainting at a Catholic-run school in a poor neighbourhood of Venezuela's capital Caracas, teachers set out to discover what was happening. They asked the 478 kindergarten and primary schoolchildren to draw or describe their most recent meals and also what they expected to eat next. The responses were shocking. Some had gone without breakfast and were also skipping other meals, or expecting to eat only bread, yucca or the local staple "arepa", a form of cornmeal flatbread. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso SEARCH "CHILDREN HUNGER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY Matching text VENEZUELA-SCHOOLCHIDREN/
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTX2BX41 
April 27, 2016 
Rosa Elaisa Landaez (Back) poses for a picture next to her relatives (L-R) Albert Perez, Abel Perez and... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
The Wider Image: Venezuela's empty fridges
Rosa Elaisa Landaez (Back) poses for a picture next to her relatives (L-R) Albert Perez, Abel Perez and Yeiderlin Gomez at their home in Caracas, Venezuela April 23, 2016. "We are eating badly. For example, if we have corn flour, we eat arepas all day. If you have the money you can't find the foods and if you find you them you do not have enough money," Landaez said. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins 
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTX2BX2N 
April 27, 2016 
Lender Perez (2nd R), his wife Isamar Ramirez (2nd L) and their children Lismar (L) and Lucia, pose for... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
The Wider Image: Venezuela's empty fridges
Lender Perez (2nd R), his wife Isamar Ramirez (2nd L) and their children Lismar (L) and Lucia, pose for a picture at their home in Caracas, Venezuela April 14, 2016. "We have about 15 days eating bread with cheese or arepa with cheese. We are eating worse than before, because we can't find food and those we can find we can't afford". REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins 
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTX2BWC9 
April 27, 2016 
A combination photo shows Mirella Rivero (L) and her son Jose Rivero as they pose for a picture (top)... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
The Wider Image: Venezuela's empty fridges
A combination photo shows Mirella Rivero (L) and her son Jose Rivero as they pose for a picture (top) and the food they have at home in Caracas, Venezuela April 15, 2016. "I breakfast on either an arepa or a tamale, to eat, at least two times a day" Rivero said. The combination of Venezuela's sky-rocketing prices and chronic product shortages have left many struggling to put regular food on their tables and maintain a balanced diet. Amid a severe recession and dysfunctional state-run economy, poorer families say they are sometimes skipping meals and relying more on starch foods. According to one recent study, 87 percent of Venezuelans say their income is now insufficient to purchase their food needs. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "FOOD GARCIA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTX2BWBL 
April 27, 2016 
A combination photo shows Lender Perez (2nd R), his wife Isamar Ramirez (2nd L) and their children Lismar... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
The Wider Image: Venezuela's empty fridges
A combination photo shows Lender Perez (2nd R), his wife Isamar Ramirez (2nd L) and their children Lismar (L) and Lucia, posing for a picture (top) and the food they have at their home in Caracas, Venezuela April 14, 2016. "We have about 15 days eating bread with cheese or arepa with cheese. We are eating worse than before, because we can't find the foods and those we can find we can't afford," Perez said. The combination of Venezuela's sky-rocketing prices and chronic product shortages have left many struggling to put regular food on their tables and maintain a balanced diet. Amid a severe recession and dysfunctional state-run economy, poorer families say they are sometimes skipping meals and relying more on starch foods. According to one recent study, 87 percent of Venezuelans say their income is now insufficient to purchase their food needs. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "FOOD GARCIA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTX2BWAW 
April 27, 2016 
A combination photo shows Rosa Elaisa Landaez (Back) posing for a picture next to her relatives (L-R)... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
The Wider Image: Venezuela's empty fridges
A combination photo shows Rosa Elaisa Landaez (Back) posing for a picture next to her relatives (L-R) Albert Perez, Abel Perez and Yeiderlin Gomez (top) and the food they have at their home in Caracas, Venezuela April 23, 2016. "We are eating badly. For example, if we have corn flour, we eat arepas all day. If you have the money you can't find the foods and if you find you them you do not have enough money," Landaez said. The combination of Venezuela's sky-rocketing prices and chronic product shortages have left many struggling to put regular food on their tables and maintain a balanced diet. Amid a severe recession and dysfunctional state-run economy, poorer families say they are sometimes skipping meals and relying more on starch foods. According to one recent study, 87 percent of Venezuelans say their income is now insufficient to purchase their food needs. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins SEARCH "FOOD GARCIA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
VENEZUELA-MCDONALDS/
RTR4KB32 
January 06, 2015 
A girl eats deep-fried yucas at a McDonald's restaurant in Caracas January 6, 2015. Venezuelan fast-food... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
A girl eats deep-fried yucas at a McDonald's restaurant in Caracas 
A girl eats deep-fried yucas at a McDonald's restaurant in Caracas January 6, 2015. Venezuelan fast-food lovers are mourning the disappearance of McDonald's golden staple: the french fry. A recent shortage at the U.S. fast food chain comes as socialist Venezuela grapples with shortfalls of basic goods ranging from medicines to flour due to strict currency controls that stymie imports. McDonald's restaurants are coping by replacing the spuds with salad or local fare such as fried yuca or "arepa" corn pancakes - but Golden Arches fans are none too happy about the new meal. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS FOOD) 
VENEZUELA-MCDONALDS/
RTR4KB2R 
January 06, 2015 
Deep-fried yucas are served at a McDonald's restaurant in Caracas January 6, 2015. Venezuelan fast-food... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Deep-fried yucas are served at a McDonald's restaurant in Caracas 
Deep-fried yucas are served at a McDonald's restaurant in Caracas January 6, 2015. Venezuelan fast-food lovers are mourning the disappearance of McDonald's golden staple: the french fry. A recent shortage at the U.S. fast food chain comes as socialist Venezuela grapples with shortfalls of basic goods ranging from medicines to flour due to strict currency controls that stymie imports. McDonald's restaurants are coping by replacing the spuds with salad or local fare such as fried yuca or "arepa" corn pancakes - but Golden Arches fans are none too happy about the new meal. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS FOOD) 
VENEZUELA-MIGRANTS/
RTR4A9WI 
October 15, 2014 
Venezuelan chef Jorge Udelman (L), 34, prepares to serve Venezuelan food on his food truck called "Orale... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Venezuelan chef Jorge Udelman prepares to serve Venezuelan food on his food truck at a parking lot in... 
Venezuelan chef Jorge Udelman (L), 34, prepares to serve Venezuelan food on his food truck called "Orale Arepa", at a parking lot in Mexico City March 30, 2014. As political strife drags on and an economic crisis brings soaring prices and shortages of even basic goods, Venezuela's middle classes are increasingly seeing a future abroad. Tomas Paez, a Central University of Venezuela sociologist publishing a study about the diaspora, said up to 1.6 million people, or about 6 percent of the population, are living abroad. Almost 90 percent of them have left since 1999 and the exodus has been fastest in the last six years, toward the end of the Chavez era and into Maduro's term, he said. Picture taken on March 30. To match Feature VENEZUELA-MIGRATION/ REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS FOOD SOCIETY IMMIGRATION) 
VENEZUELA-MIGRATION/
RTR4A9VQ 
October 15, 2014 
Venezuelan chef Jorge Udelman (L), 34, offers stuffed arepas, one of the most typical Venezuelan dishes... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Venezuelan chef Jorge Udelman offers stuffed arepas to a Mexican guest at a party in Mexico City 
Venezuelan chef Jorge Udelman (L), 34, offers stuffed arepas, one of the most typical Venezuelan dishes to a Mexican guest at a party in Mexico City March 29, 2014. As political strife drags on and an economic crisis brings soaring prices and shortages of even basic goods, Venezuela's middle classes are increasingly seeing a future abroad. Tomas Paez, a Central University of Venezuela sociologist publishing a study about the diaspora, said up to 1.6 million people, or about 6 percent of the population, are living abroad. Almost 90 percent of them have left since 1999 and the exodus has been fastest in the last six years, toward the end of the Chavez era and into Maduro's term, he said. Picture taken on March 29. To match Feature VENEZUELA-MIGRATION/ REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS FOOD SOCIETY IMMIGRATION) 
MYANMAR-VIOLENCE/
RTR39S0N 
October 30, 2012 
Arepa Begum, 26, sits in a house with her child as they hide with other relatives in Teknaf October 30,... 
Teknaf, Bangladesh 
Arepa Begum, 26, sits in a house with her child as they hide with other relatives in Teknaf 
Arepa Begum, 26, sits in a house with her child as they hide with other relatives in Teknaf October 30, 2012. A group of Rohingya Muslims currently hiding with local villagers to avoid being arrested by border guards of Bangladesh, walked a whole day to neighbouring Bangladesh after fleeing the mass burning of houses and violence in Myanmar. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST) 
VENEZUELA-AREPA/
RTR2S7LR 
October 04, 2011 
A fried arepa stuffed with meat and cheese is seen in the restaurant in Caracas September 21, 2011. The... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
A fried arepa stuffed with meat and cheese is seen in the restaurant in Caracas 
A fried arepa stuffed with meat and cheese is seen in the restaurant in Caracas September 21, 2011. The fillings are wedged into the arepa: a small flatbread that has been a source of nourishment and pride to Venezuelans since Spanish colonialists tried to usurp it centuries ago. The arepa is to Venezuelans what the hamburger is to Americans or the tortilla to Mexicans. Venezuelans purchase a staggering 23 kg (50 lbs) of Harina PAN per person per year, rivaling the quantity of flour used in Mexico's tortillas. Picture taken September 21, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SOCIETY POLITICS) 
VENEZUELA-AREPA/
RTR2S7LQ 
October 04, 2011 
Workers prepare arepas at the La Casa del Llano restaurant in Caracas September 22, 2011. The fillings... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Workers prepare arepas at the La Casa del Llano restaurant in Caracas 
Workers prepare arepas at the La Casa del Llano restaurant in Caracas September 22, 2011. The fillings are wedged into the arepa: a small flatbread that has been a source of nourishment and pride to Venezuelans since Spanish colonialists tried to usurp it centuries ago. The arepa is to Venezuelans what the hamburger is to Americans or the tortilla to Mexicans. Venezuelans purchase a staggering 23 kg (50 lbs) of Harina PAN per person per year, rivaling the quantity of flour used in Mexico's tortillas. Picture taken September 22, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SOCIETY POLITICS) 
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October 04, 2011 
A family eats stuffed arepas at the Arepa Factory restaurant in Caracas September 25, 2011. The fillings... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
A family eats stuffed arepas at the Arepa Factory restaurant in Caracas 
A family eats stuffed arepas at the Arepa Factory restaurant in Caracas September 25, 2011. The fillings are wedged into the arepa: a small flatbread that has been a source of nourishment and pride to Venezuelans since Spanish colonialists tried to usurp it centuries ago. The arepa is to Venezuelans what the hamburger is to Americans or the tortilla to Mexicans. Venezuelans purchase a staggering 23 kg (50 lbs) of Harina PAN per person per year, rivaling the quantity of flour used in Mexico's tortillas. Picture taken September 25, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SOCIETY POLITICS) 
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October 04, 2011 
A worker fills an arepa with cheese at the La Casa del Llano restaurant in Caracas September 22, 2011.... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
A worker fills an arepa with cheese at the La Casa del Llano restaurant in Caracas 
A worker fills an arepa with cheese at the La Casa del Llano restaurant in Caracas September 22, 2011. The fillings are wedged into the arepa: a small flatbread that has been a source of nourishment and pride to Venezuelans since Spanish colonialists tried to usurp it centuries ago. The arepa is to Venezuelans what the hamburger is to Americans or the tortilla to Mexicans. Venezuelans purchase a staggering 23 kg (50 lbs) of Harina PAN per person per year, rivaling the quantity of flour used in Mexico's tortillas. Picture taken September 20, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SOCIETY POLITICS) 
VENEZUELA-AREPA/
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October 04, 2011 
A waiter carries stuffed arepas on a tray at the La Casa del Llano restaurant in Caracas September 22,... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
A waiter carries stuffed arepas on a tray at the La Casa del Llano restaurant in Caracas 
A waiter carries stuffed arepas on a tray at the La Casa del Llano restaurant in Caracas September 22, 2011. The fillings are wedged into the arepa: a small flatbread that has been a source of nourishment and pride to Venezuelans since Spanish colonialists tried to usurp it centuries ago. The arepa is to Venezuelans what the hamburger is to Americans or the tortilla to Mexicans. Venezuelans purchase a staggering 23 kg (50 lbs) of Harina PAN per person per year, rivaling the quantity of flour used in Mexico's tortillas. Picture taken September 22, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SOCIETY POLITICS) 
VENEZUELA-AREPA/
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October 04, 2011 
Arepas are grilled in Casa del Llano restaurant in Caracas September 20, 2011. The fillings are wedged... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Arepas are grilled in Casa del Llano restaurant in Caracas 
Arepas are grilled in Casa del Llano restaurant in Caracas September 20, 2011. The fillings are wedged into the arepa: a small flatbread that has been a source of nourishment and pride to Venezuelans since Spanish colonialists tried to usurp it centuries ago. The arepa is to Venezuelans what the hamburger is to Americans or the tortilla to Mexicans. Venezuelans purchase a staggering 23 kg (50 lbs) of Harina PAN per person per year, rivaling the quantity of flour used in Mexico's tortillas. Picture taken September 20, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SOCIETY POLITICS) 
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October 04, 2011 
Customers queue up to buy arepas at state-run restaurant, Arepera Socialista, in Caracas September 20,... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Customers queue up to buy arepas at state-run restaurant, Arepera Socialista, in Caracas 
Customers queue up to buy arepas at state-run restaurant, Arepera Socialista, in Caracas September 20, 2011. The fillings are wedged into the arepa: a small flatbread that has been a source of nourishment and pride to Venezuelans since Spanish colonialists tried to usurp it centuries ago. The arepa is to Venezuelans what the hamburger is to Americans or the tortilla to Mexicans. Venezuelans purchase a staggering 23 kg (50 lbs) of Harina PAN per person per year, rivaling the quantity of flour used in Mexico's tortillas. Picture taken September 20, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SOCIETY POLITICS) 
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October 04, 2011 
Stuffed arepas are seen in the Arepa Factory restaurant in Caracas September 22, 2011. The fillings are... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Stuffed arepas are seen in the Arepa Factory restaurant in Caracas 
Stuffed arepas are seen in the Arepa Factory restaurant in Caracas September 22, 2011. The fillings are wedged into the arepa: a small flatbread that has been a source of nourishment and pride to Venezuelans since Spanish colonialists tried to usurp it centuries ago. The arepa is to Venezuelans what the hamburger is to Americans or the tortilla to Mexicans. Venezuelans purchase a staggering 23 kg (50 lbs) of Harina PAN per person per year, rivaling the quantity of flour used in Mexico's tortillas. Picture taken September 22, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SOCIETY) 
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September 02, 2010 
A man holds the entrance door to a state-run restaurant in Caracas September 2, 2010. Venezuela is now... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Man holds the entrance door to a state-run restaurant in Caracas 
A man holds the entrance door to a state-run restaurant in Caracas September 2, 2010. Venezuela is now running a popular "Socialist arepa" shop to nourish stomachs and souls with a subsidized version of the beloved national food arepa. The banner reads: 'Made in Socialism'. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS FOOD) 
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
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April 20, 2010 
A man walks out of the bathroom at Arepa Socialista restaurant in Caracas April 16, 2010. In its own... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
A man walks out of the bathroom at Arepa Socialista restaurant in Caracas 
A man walks out of the bathroom at Arepa Socialista restaurant in Caracas April 16, 2010. In its own version of Cuba's famous Coppelia ice-cream store, Venezuela is now running a popular "Socialist arepa" shop to nourish stomachs and souls with a subsidized version of the beloved national food. Picture taken April 16. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS FOOD) 
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
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April 20, 2010 
Traditional food known as "arepas" are seen at state-run Arepa Socialista restaurant in Caracas April... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Traditional food known as "arepas" are seen at state-run Arepa Socialista restaurant in Caracas 
Traditional food known as "arepas" are seen at state-run Arepa Socialista restaurant in Caracas April 16, 2010. In its own version of Cuba's famous Coppelia ice-cream store, Venezuela is now running a popular "Socialist arepa" shop to nourish stomachs and souls with a subsidized version of the beloved national food. Picture taken April 16, 2010. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS FOOD) 
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
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April 20, 2010 
Customers wait for traditional food known as "arepas" at state-run Arepa Socialista restaurant in Caracas... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Customers wait for traditional food known as "arepas" at state-run Arepa Socialista restaurant in Caracas... 
Customers wait for traditional food known as "arepas" at state-run Arepa Socialista restaurant in Caracas April 16, 2010. In its own version of Cuba's famous Coppelia ice-cream store, Venezuela is now running a popular "Socialist arepa" shop to nourish stomachs and souls with a subsidized version of the beloved national food. Picture taken April 16, 2010. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS FOOD) 
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
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April 20, 2010 
Customers wait for traditional food known as "arepas" at state-run Arepa Socialista restaurant in Caracas... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Customers wait for traditional food known as "arepas" at state-run Arepa Socialista restaurant in Caracas... 
Customers wait for traditional food known as "arepas" at state-run Arepa Socialista restaurant in Caracas April 16, 2010. In its own version of Cuba's famous Coppelia ice-cream store, Venezuela is now running a popular "Socialist arepa" shop to nourish stomachs and souls with a subsidized version of the beloved national food. Picture taken April 16, 2010. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS FOOD) 
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
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April 20, 2010 
Customers wait for traditional food known as "arepas" at state-run Arepa Socialista restaurant in Caracas... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Customers wait for traditional food known as "arepas" at state-run Arepa Socialista restaurant in Caracas... 
Customers wait for traditional food known as "arepas" at state-run Arepa Socialista restaurant in Caracas April 16, 2010. In its own version of Cuba's famous Coppelia ice-cream store, Venezuela is now running a popular "Socialist arepa" shop to nourish stomachs and souls with a subsidized version of the beloved national food. The words (top line) on the wall read "produces the greatest sum of happiness possible" and (bottom line) "political stability". Picture taken April 16, 2010. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA- Tags: POLITICS FOOD) 
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTR2D1UP 
April 20, 2010 
A woman prepares arepas, a form of cornmeal flatbread usually filled with cheese or meat, at state-run... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
A woman prepares arepas at state-run Arepa Socialista restaurant in Caracas 
A woman prepares arepas, a form of cornmeal flatbread usually filled with cheese or meat, at state-run Arepa Socialista (Socialist Arepa) restaurant in Caracas April 16, 2010. In its own version of Cuba's famous Coppelia ice-cream store, Venezuela is now running a popular "Socialist arepa" shop to nourish stomachs and souls with a subsidized version of the beloved national food. Picture taken April 16. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS FOOD) 
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTR2D1UI 
April 20, 2010 
A woman serves arepas, a form of cornmeal flatbread usually filled with cheese or meat, at a third of... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
A woman serves arepas at a third of the normal cost at state-run Arepa Socialista restaurant in Caracas... 
A woman serves arepas, a form of cornmeal flatbread usually filled with cheese or meat, at a third of the normal cost at state-run Arepa Socialista (Socialist Arepa) restaurant in Caracas April 16, 2010. In its own version of Cuba's famous Coppelia ice-cream store, Venezuela is now running a popular "Socialist arepa" shop to nourish stomachs and souls with a subsidized version of the beloved national food. Picture taken April 16. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS FOOD) 
VENEZUELA-FOOD/
RTR2D1TY 
April 20, 2010 
A woman serves arepas, a form of cornmeal flatbread usually filled with cheese or meat, at state-run... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
A woman serves arepas at state-run Arepa Socialista restaurant in Caracas 
A woman serves arepas, a form of cornmeal flatbread usually filled with cheese or meat, at state-run Arepa Socialista (Socialist Arepa) restaurant in Caracas April 16, 2010. In its own version of Cuba's famous Coppelia ice-cream store, Venezuela is now running a popular "Socialist arepa" shop to nourish stomachs and souls with a subsidized version of the beloved national food. The words on the T-shirt read "Chavez is a winner". Picture taken April 16. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS FOOD) 
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