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    Posted February 22, 2014 by
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    Protestas en Venezuela

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    Venezuela: Marcha por la Paz termina en enfrentamientos

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     CarlosBCRRA captured images of students standing their ground on the streets of Caracas, Venezuela, creating barricades with scrap metal and starting fires on the roads in order to limit the movement of security forces. He says the students are demanding change. Right now there are continued street demonstrations, confrontations with security forces, and a shortage of basic needs like flour and toilet paper, he explained. 'I´m trying to show part of the reality of a particular situation. It is a chaotic situation in my country socially, politically and economically".
    - sjimenezv3, CNN iReport producer

    La marcha por la Paz convocada por la oposición en Venezuela inicio sin mayores complicaciones hasta entrada la tarde en Altamira Caracas, cuando los manifestantes intentaron avanzar hasta la autopista y la policía Nacional Bolivariana los repelió con gases lacrimogenos y perdigones a gran escala para auyentar a los violentos pagandos las consecuencias justos y pecadores con un saldo de 25 personas heridas, según informó el alcalde de Chacao Ramón Muchaco en su cuenta de twitter.

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