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Life in the Crosshairs of Venezuelan Intelligence

Last year was a nightmare for Ariana Granadillo, a 21-year-old medical student who moved from Río Chiquito, a rural community in Monagas state, to Caracas to do an internship at a hospital. It was not (only) because the humanitarian crisis is making it harder and harder for doctors to treat patients. It was because she stayed at the home of a family member, a military officer, who lived close to the hospital – and, as it turned out, is being investigated by the Venezuelan government for alleged conspiracy. In February, agents from the General Directorate of Military Counterintelligence (DGCIM)…

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