Saturday, 22 February 2014

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Violent clashes continue in Venezuela

Protests continued to erupt throughout the Venezuelan capital Caracas on Wednesday, with protesters setting fires in the streets and police using tear gas and water cannons. A least six people have died and more than 100 have been injured over the past week in mass demonstrations.

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The capital Caracas has been the scene of violent protests, with protesters battling riot police on the streets and blocking major intersections.

Protests bring Venezuelan capital to a standstill




Protests bring Venezuelan capital to a standstill by PressTV

Venezuelan Media Ignores Protests

As anti-government protests have turned violent in Caracas, Venezuelan media coverage is largely absent. David Luhnow reports on The Foreign Bureau, WSJ's global news update. Photo: Getty



Venezuelan Media Ignores Protests by WSJ Live

Students stage march in Caracas over death of fellow protester

Venezuelan students hold a march in the capital Caracas over the death of a fellow protester killed in recent rallies.

These students are unhappy with the recent wave of unrest in the South American state. Their friend Genesis Carmona was shot in the head by security forces during anti-government demonstrations in the capital city on Wednesday. Nationwide protests broke out after opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez turned himself in after days of hiding. He's now in a military prison awaiting trial. Lopez is facing charges of arson and conspiracy. So far, six people have lost their lives in the biggest political unrest President Nicolas Maduro's government has witnessed.

Students stage march in Caracas over death of fellow protester by PressTV

Rival presidential candidate supporters clash in Caracas
Rival presidential candidate supporters clash in Caracas by Euronews

In Venezuela, there have been clashes over the outcome of the country's presidential election.

Supporters of Nicolas Maduro, the declared winner by just two percent, have been illuminating the night skies since Monday with fireworks.

But supporters of opposition candidate, Henrique Capriles are doing their best to make themselves heard by banging pots and pans in protest. http://www.euronews.net/

Caracas chaos video: Gunfire, clashes as 3 dead in violent Venezuela protests by RT News Channel

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