Venezuela sees uncertain future as second year of economic crisis

More than 120 people were killed this year in anti-government protests in Venezuela.

Inflation is rampant, while food and medicines are scarce, and crime is on the rise.

President Nicolas Maduro's government has been accused of human rights abuses but yet he remains defiant.

The run-up to presidential elections scheduled for next year promise little respite.

Al Jazeera's Daniel Schweimler reports from Caracas.

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