Latest from Jon Gerberg

Protests in support of opposition leader Juan Guaidó swelled in Caracas Feb. 12, where The Washington Post’s Jon Gerberg is covering the unrest.

  • Feb 12, 2019

Everyday Venezuelans speak with the Washington Post about their love for the country and hopes for the future.

  • Feb 11, 2019

An international standoff at the border of Venezuela and Colombia is keeping millions of dollars of aid in limbo. Meanwhile, Venezuelans like Viviana Colmenares are caught in the middle.

  • Feb 7, 2019

Federal contractors like Unispec Enterprises are not expected to receive back pay when the government reopens. In addition to losing a month’s pay, Unispec employees lost their health care during the shutdown. Its workers and its CEO are still weighing the damage.

  • Jan 27, 2019

Intense rain and unsanitary conditions caused authorities in Tijuana to move asylum seekers and migrants to another camp farther from the U.S.-Mexico border.

  • Dec 1, 2018

By slashing Palestinian assistance, the Trump administration is posing the question: Who gets to decide who’s really a refugee?

  • Nov 18, 2018

Rescue teams head to Mexico Beach, Fla. to assist and evacuate residents in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael’s devastation.

  • Oct 13, 2018

Twenty-five years after Israel and the PLO signed their historic peace deal, the “Oslo” generation reflects on a dream deferred

  • Sep 12, 2018

Before he joined the Trump campaign, Paul Manafort hadn’t been seen around Washington in a while. He made a name for himself in the DC lobbying world, but he made a fortune overseas, advising strongmen and doing business with oligarchs. Then his past caught up with him.

  • Jul 30, 2018
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