Venezuelan public health workers face riot police during a protest in Caracas on March 10. At least 20 people have died and 300 others have been wounded since protests first erupted, giving President Nicolas Maduro his biggest test since succeeding late leader and leftist icon Hugo Chavez almost a year ago.
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