Following the collapse of the previous government and severe international sanctions, the country's humanitarian crisis has only deepened.
All foreign military forces are expected to leave the country next week – and there's already been explosions.
This decade brought us Trump and Brexit, creating a fractured political landscape that presided over a world facing humanitarian crises. In the UK, terror attacks at the Manchester Arena and London Bridge shocked the nation, while around the world conflict killed hundreds of thousands, from Boko Haram to Islamic State.
Venezuela’s descent into chaos, which nearly culminated in an anti-government military uprising, has had profound effects on both sides of the border.
'The world's worst humanitarian crisis.'
Syria remains the largest humanitarian crisis in the world - but aid alone is not enough