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Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Anti-Maduro chants ring at Venezuela soccer heroes' welcome


Thousands of soccer fans repeatedly chanted against President Nicolas Maduro's government during a homage in a stadium on Tuesday to Venezuela's youth team who were runners up in a World Cup final.Some 20,000 people in the Olympic Stadium cheered as each of the players, dressed in the red wine colored "Vinotinto" national strip, was welcomed on stage. But for a short period before the event began, much of the crowd shouted a popular anti-government slogan, with the chants surging again several times during the ceremony. "It's going to fall, it's going to fall, this government is going to fall!" the fans sang at the stadium in Caracas. At one point, the chants became so loud that team coach Rafael Dudamel pleaded with the crowd to quieten down, saying from the stage: "Nobody should steal this moment from us."More…

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