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AFP: Man fatally shot during protest in Venezuelan capital

AFP: Man fatally shot during protest in Venezuelan capital

21 April 2017 | 15:39 | FOCUS News Agency
Caracas. A man was fatally shot on Thursday night during a protest in the Venezuelan capital Caracas, an official said, AFP reported.
"With much pain, I report the death by gunshot of Melvin Guaitan, humble neighborhood worker of Sucre municipality #Petare," wrote Carlos Ocariz, mayor of Sucre municipality, a division of Caracas where the Petare neighborhood is located.
"We demand that the culprits be investigated and punished!" added Ocariz, who opposes the government of President Nicolas Maduro.
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Tillerson: U.S. concerned Venezuela not allowing opposition to be heard

Tillerson: U.S. concerned Venezuela not allowing opposition to be heard

20 April 2017 | 06:50 | FOCUS News Agency
Washington. The United States is closely watching the political situation in Venezuela and is worried the government of President Nicolas Maduro is working to silence the opposition, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Wednesday, cited by Reuters.
"We are concerned that the government of Maduro is violating its own constitution and is not allowing the opposition to ... organize in a way that expresses the views of the Venezuelan people," Tillerson told a news conference. "We are concerned about that situation. We're watching it closely and working with others ... to communicate those concerns."
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AFP: Venezuela opposition calls new protest Thursday

AFP: Venezuela opposition calls new protest Thursday

20 April 2017 | 04:28 | FOCUS News Agency
Caracas. Opponents of Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro called for fresh protests on Thursday after a day of deadly clashes, upping the ante in their bid to oust President Nicolas Maduro, AFP reported.
"Tomorrow at the same time we are summoning the whole Venezuelan people to mobilize," senior opposition leader Henrique Capriles told a news conference. "Today there were millions of us and tomorrow even more of us have to come out."
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 Tillerson:U.S. concerned Venezuela not allowing opposition to be heard

Tillerson:U.S. concerned Venezuela not allowing opposition to be heard

20 April 2017 | 01:39 | FOCUS News Agency
Washington. The United States is closely watching the political situation in Venezuela and is worried the government of President Nicolas Maduro is working to silence the opposition, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Wednesday, Reuters reported.
"We are concerned that the government of Maduro is violating its own constitution and is not allowing the opposition to ... organize in a way that expresses the views of the Venezuelan people," Tillerson told a news conference. "We are concerned about that situation. We're watching it closely and working with others ... to communicate those concerns."
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