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Monday, April 24, 2017

Silent marches across Venezuela following deadly protests

Thousands of Venezuelans have dressed in white and marched in silence to pay their respects to the 20 people killed in anti-government protests over the past three weeks. For the first time since the unrest began, demonstrators were able to pass through several pro-government districts in Caracas without resistance from security forces. They have been protesting almost daily - angered by triple-digit inflation, widespread shortages of food and medical supplies, and the policies of President Nicolas Maduro. Looting has been a problem in some area of the capital, Caracas At the start of April, there was further outrage when the pro-government Supreme Court stripped congress of its remaining powers. That decision was later reversed following international condemnation. More…

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