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CNN reporter Nick Paton Walsh went undercover inside Venezuela to get a firsthand look at what is being called the world’s worst refugee crisis.
More than 3 million people have fled the country over recent years.
Scarcity of essentials like food and sanitary products has led to massive protests.
One man says people are killing each other for a kilo of rice and water.
Twenty-six people were reportedly killed during demonstrations last week.
People are waiting three or four days in line to get gas.
The upheaval stems from the political fight between self-proclaimed interim president Juan Guaido and current president Nicolas Maduro.
Guaido claims Maduro was illegitimately elected for a second term.
Maduro blames the upheaval on what he considers to be a coup attempt by the United States.
Guaido are tweeted over the weekend that he wants his supporters to hit the streets this week as a show of support against Maduro and that his opposition party was in talks with military officials to kick out Maduro.
According to Walsh, an anonymous soldier called told him 80 percent of troops want change but the generals are still making money from Maduro.