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    Posted February 18, 2014 by
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    Protestas en Venezuela

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    Students use app for coordinate protest with open radio signal 24 hours a day, news in real time.


    In the image, you can see a application for phones that the students in Tachira state in Venezuela use to coordinate 24 hours a day the protest. They feel nervous because milicians  (Tupamaros) with weapon intimidate them, the students, a lot of them with 19 years old, are supporting each other to take the streets. The name of the app is Zello, open radio signal. It a good resource to now what happen in real time, each group have no more than 500 people.


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