Hard Numbers: Venezuela’s Mr. Unpopular
1.7 billion: Around 1.7 billion adults around the world lack access to a basic bank or mobile money account, according to the World Bank. That's down from 2 billion people in 2014.
200: More than 200 non-combatants have been killed and more than 140,000 people forced to flee Syria's Idlib province since February in the country's worst violence in more than a year. The region is Syria's last opposition stronghold and home to around 2.7 million civilians.
10: Americans consumed an average of 10 kilograms (about 22 pounds) of tomatoes in 2017. That's nearly double the amount they ate in the 1980s, thanks largely to cheap imports from Mexico. Yesterday, the US moved to place tariffs on Mexican tomato exports after the two countries failed to finalize a trade deal. The price of tomatoes in the US could spike by as much as 40 percent.13: Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro's popularity has hit a new low of 13 percent, according to local pollster Datanálisis. Around 57 percent of Venezuelans approve of opposition leader Juan Guaidó.