September 5, 2015


Analysis

Venezuelans left to prayer, alone

Demonstrators destroy a wall in order to have more rocks to throw at the Bolivarian National Guard during anti-government protests in Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday, March 4, 2014. A year after the death of Hugo Chavez, Venezuela has been rocked by weeks of violent protests that the government says have left 18 dead. President Maduro appears ready to use Chavez's almost mythical status to steady his rule as protesters refuse to leave the streets.

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Demonstrators destroy a wall in order to have more rocks to throw at the Bolivarian National Guard during anti-government protests in Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday, March 4, 2014. A year after the death of Hugo Chavez, Venezuela has been rocked by weeks of violent protests that the government says have left 18 dead. President Maduro appears ready to use Chavez's almost mythical status to steady his rule as protesters refuse to leave the streets.

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