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Inside the Demonstrations in Venezuela

To view more photos and videos from the protests in Venezuela, visit the Chacaíto and Plaza Luis Brión location pages or browse the #SOSVenezuela hashtag on Instagram.

On Tuesday, tens of thousands of demonstrators came together in Caracas, Venezuela’s Plaza Luis Brión to voice discontent with the government over crime, the economy and pressures on free speech.

This protest is the latest in a series of demonstrations over the past several weeks, many of which have resulted in violence between protestors and the police. Opposition leader Leopoldo López, the former mayor of Caracas who the government has charged with stoking the violence, made a speech before the crowds in the plaza before turning himself in to the police.

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instagram:

Inside the Demonstrations in Venezuela

To view more photos and videos from the protests in Venezuela, visit the Chacaíto and Plaza Luis Brión location pages or browse the #SOSVenezuela hashtag on Instagram.

On Tuesday, tens of thousands of demonstrators came together in Caracas, Venezuela’s Plaza Luis Brión to voice discontent with the government over crime, the economy and pressures on free speech.

This protest is the latest in a series of demonstrations over the past several weeks, many of which have resulted in violence between protestors and the police. Opposition leader Leopoldo López, the former mayor of Caracas who the government has charged with stoking the violence, made a speech before the crowds in the plaza before turning himself in to the police.

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censored channels show what is happening NTN24 
Militarized cities do not want us to leave peacefully protest against the government
This thing that is happening in Venezuela, the students decided to go out in the day that is commemorate the youth in an unusual way they protest and scream for the peace that wishes their country, there are deaths by people who should protect us, women has been beating up, and many lives are now dead, the government decides to not take care of that and they are menacing the people by hidding what is happening… Pray for everything will go right, scream in the street is the only way out.

Esto esta sucediendo en Venezuela,los estudiantes deciden salir el dia donde se celebrala juventud de una forma poco usual protestan y gritan por la paz que desea su pais,hay muertos por parte de quien debia cuidarnos,mujeres han sido golpeadas y vidas se han acabado, el gobierno decide no hacer caso y amenzar al pueblo ocultan lo que sucede… Orar por que todo pase y gritar en la calle es lo que queda,Queremos un cambio queremos una Venezuela libre…

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