CARACAS, Venezuela — The labor pains began in her village, in the dark.
Her baby was coming, and Milagros Vásquez, 20, needed help.
With a minidress stretched over her swollen and increasingly stressed body, Ms. Vásquez braved a motorbike journey across three rivers and gripped her belly through two jolting bus rides. But arriving at the first hospital was just the beginning.
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