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Kryzys w Wenezueli (26)

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Red Cross workers distribute water containers and potable water purification tablets in Catia, a working class neighborhood in western Caracas, on Tuesday, April 16, 2019. After years denying that the country was suffering a humanitarian crisis, the Venezuelan government on Tuesday allowed the Red Cross to deliver relief supplies into the country. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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Red Cross workers receive a truck carrying generators for hospitals, in the first caravan of trucks carrying humanitarian aid from the airport to their warehouse in Caracas, Venezuela, April 16, 2019. After years denying that the country was suffering a humanitarian crisis, the Venezuelan government on April 16 allowed the Red Cross to send in 24 tons of medical equipment into the country. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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Red Cross workers distribute water containers and potable water purification tablets in Catia, a working-class neighborhood of Caracas, Venezuela, April 16, 2019. After years denying that the country was suffering a humanitarian crisis, the Venezuelan government on Tuesday allowed the Red Cross to send in 24 tons of medical equipment into the country. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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People wait in line as Red Cross workers distributed water containers and potable water purification tablets in Caracas, Venezuela, April 16, 2019. After years denying that the country was suffering a humanitarian crisis, the Venezuelan government on Tuesday allowed the Red Cross to send in 24 tons of medical equipment into the country. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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Red Cross workers distribute water containers and potable water purification tablets in Catia, a working-class neighborhood of Caracas, Venezuela, April 16, 2019. After years denying that the country was suffering a humanitarian crisis, the Venezuelan government on Tuesday allowed the Red Cross to send in 24 tons of medical equipment into the country. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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Red Cross workers distribute water containers and potable water purification tablets in Catia, a working-class neighborhood of Caracas, Venezuela, April 16, 2019. After years denying that the country was suffering a humanitarian crisis, the Venezuelan government on Tuesday allowed the Red Cross to send in 24 tons of medical equipment into the country. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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5844571 10.04.2019 Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido greets his supportes during a rally, in Caracas, Venezuela. Carlos Becerra / Sputnik
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5844636 10.04.2019 Venezuelan self-proclaimed Interim President Juan Guaido speaks to his supporters during a rally, in Caracas, Venezuela. Carlos Becerra / Sputnik
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5844618 10.04.2019 Suppoters of Venezuelan self-proclaimed Interim President Juan Guaido take part in a rally, in Caracas, Venezuela. Carlos Becerra / Sputnik
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5844606 10.04.2019 Venezuelan self-proclaimed Interim President Juan Guaido speaks to his supporters during a rally, in Caracas, Venezuela. Carlos Becerra / Sputnik
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5844600 10.04.2019 Venezuelan self-proclaimed Interim President Juan Guaido speaks to his supporters during a rally, in Caracas, Venezuela. Carlos Becerra / Sputnik
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5844585 10.04.2019 Venezuelan self-proclaimed Interim President Juan Guaido speaks to his supporters during a rally, in Caracas, Venezuela. Carlos Becerra / Sputnik
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5844581 10.04.2019 Venezuelan self-proclaimed Interim President Juan Guaido speaks to his supporters during a rally, in Caracas, Venezuela. Carlos Becerra / Sputnik
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5836099 02.04.2019 People watch as Venezuelan Self-proclaimed Interim President Juan Guaido talks to his supporters in Caracas, Venezuela. Venezuelan lawmakers loyal to President Nicolas Maduro have stripped opposition leader Juan Guaido of his immunity Tuesday. Marco Bello / Sputnik
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5836101 02.04.2019 Venezuelan Self-proclaimed Interim President Juan Guaido talks to the media during a meeting with his supporters in Caracas, Venezuela. Venezuelan lawmakers loyal to President Nicolas Maduro have stripped opposition leader Juan Guaido of his immunity Tuesday. Marco Bello / Sputnik
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5836102 02.04.2019 Venezuelan Self-proclaimed Interim President Juan Guaido talks to the media during a meeting with his supporters in Caracas, Venezuela. Venezuelan lawmakers loyal to President Nicolas Maduro have stripped opposition leader Juan Guaido of his immunity Tuesday. Marco Bello / Sputnik
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5836095 02.04.2019 Venezuelan Self-proclaimed Interim President Juan Guaido talks to the media during a meeting with his supporters in Caracas, Venezuela. Venezuelan lawmakers loyal to President Nicolas Maduro have stripped opposition leader Juan Guaido of his immunity Tuesday. Marco Bello / Sputnik
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5836103 02.04.2019 Venezuelan Self-proclaimed Interim President Juan Guaido talks to his supporters in Caracas, Venezuela. Venezuelan lawmakers loyal to President Nicolas Maduro have stripped opposition leader Juan Guaido of his immunity Tuesday. Marco Bello / Sputnik
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People sell items from their homes in Ciudad Guayana, Venezuela, March 24, 2019. The prolonged national blackout this month pushed Venezuela closer to the brink of economic collapse. Inflation is expected to reach 51 million percent this year. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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An iron plant in Ciudad Guayana, Venezuela, March 23, 2019. The prolonged national blackout this month pushed Venezuela closer to the brink of economic collapse. Inflation is expected to reach 51 million percent this year. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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Families at a soup kitchen in the working class neighborhood of Caucaguita in Caracas, Venezuela, March 21, 2019. The prolonged national blackout this month pushed Venezuela closer to the brink of economic collapse. Inflation is expected to reach 51 million percent this year. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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Mar?a Altagracia Perozo, who is unable to get medicine for her Parkinson's disease, in the working class neighborhood of Caucaguita in Caracas, Venezuela, March 21, 2019. "The crisis will get worse," said Perozo. "We are told to search for candles, matches and kerosene because there won't be light." The prolonged national blackout this month pushed Venezuela closer to the brink of economic collapse. Inflation is expected to reach 51 million percent this year. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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Large blue containers which residents of Caracas, Venezuela, use to store water for their homes, on March 21, 2019. The prolonged national blackout this month pushed Venezuela closer to the brink of economic collapse. Inflation is expected to reach 51 million percent this year. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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A man pushes his car ahead in line to fill it with gasoline in Ospino, in the state of Portuguesa, Venezuela, Feb. 11, 2019. The prolonged national blackout this month pushed Venezuela closer to the brink of economic collapse. Inflation is expected to reach 51 million percent this year. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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People wait in line to fill their cars with gasoline in Ospino, in the state of Portuguesa, Venezuela, Feb. 11, 2019. The prolonged national blackout this month pushed Venezuela closer to the brink of economic collapse. Inflation is expected to reach 51 million percent this year. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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People wait in line to fill their cars with gasoline in Ospino, in the state of Portuguesa, Venezuela, Feb. 11, 2019. The prolonged national blackout this month pushed Venezuela closer to the brink of economic collapse. Inflation is expected to reach 51 million percent this year. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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