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Venezuelan students protest new bid to limit demonstrations

A group of Venezuelan students chained together stand in front of a UN office building to protest against President Nicolas Maduro, in Caracas, on April 28, 2014Caracas (AFP) – About 100 Venezuelan students chained themselves Monday to the front gate of a UN agency’s Caracas office, calling for an end to a new high court ruling requiring government approval for protests.

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