ESPACIO PUBLICITARIO
CARACAS, Monday February 17, 2014 | Update
 
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Monday February 17, 2014
EL UNIVERSAL
PHOTO GALLERY | STUDENT DEMONSTRATIONS

East Caracas, epicenter of demonstrations


One more time, Francia Square, East Caracas, was the scenario of protests resulting in vandalism and abuse of power by police. The situation was chaotic in many cases; both locals and the mayor have called for calm and asked demonstrators to refrain from harming people and private property

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Demonstrators hit the streets amid high inflation and insecurity; the young demonstrators call for the end of the current government (AFP)
Demonstrators hit the streets amid high inflation and insecurity; the young demonstrators call for the end of the current government (AFP)
Major confrontations took place on Friday and Saturday in east Caracas. Authorities suspended the subway service (AFP)
Demonstrators hurled paint and stones at the anti-riot vehicles of the Bolivarian National Police (AFP) A water cannon vehicle was attacked by demonstrators, who tried to get on top of the truck (AFP) Anti-riot groups try to stop demonstrators east Caracas (AFP) Bolivarian National Police attempts to hold back demonstrators to prevent them from moving to other areas or the highway (EFE) While Nicolás Maduro told government supporters "it is time" to hit the streets, young dissenters continued demonstrating (EFE) The Bolivarian National Police clashes with students and young people who continued demonstrating against the killing and detentions of peers (EFE) Officers of the Bolivarian National Police repel demonstrators in east Caracas (EFE) Demonstrations have continued against the murder of three young people and the arrest of dozens since Wednesday (EFE)
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