By SOFIA ORTEGA
It has been more than one month since the protests in Venezuela began. The death toll has risen to 31, more than 461 people have been injured, and thousands are being detained.
The news media has been covering this story and even people from other countries have taken over social media to be the voice of Venezuela.
However, as protests continue, media coverage has declined.
Taking in consideration that in Venezuela the government controls the media, news stations around the world should keep covering the story.
Many Venezuelans have migrated to other countries due to their country’s situation, but most of them still wish to go back. For this reason, media around the world that believes in freedom of speech and in democracy should be the voice of Venezuela.