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Inside the Seemingly Relentless Protests in Venezuela

Original story at Bloomberg.com• 3 mentions • 6 days ago

Bloomberg.com 6 days ago

 
On April 4, 2017, Venezuelans decided they had had enough. Enough of the shortages. Enough of the interminable store lines. Enough of the hunger, and of the inflation, and of the crime and of the government’s crackdown on the opposition. Enough of everything. In cities all across the country that day, they took to the streets to protest. And haven’t left since. For 44 days and nights, they have demonstrated against President Nicolás Maduro almost without pause. At times they’ve been peaceful; at other times violent. Government forces and militia groups have responded with an iron fist. They’ve beaten scores ...
 
 
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18 May
Businessweek @BW
A look at the relentless protests in Venezuela https://t.co/7p4OyWdAYn https://t.co/A5IB2xyPuz
18 May
Bloomberg @business
Inside the seemingly relentless protests in Venezuela that have left more than 40 dead https://t.co/buOY3vzkwN https://t.co/InCVTfLktG