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24 February 2018


More than 220 injured in Venezuelan protests

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The Democratic Unity Roundtable (MUD, or Unidad) coalition said that over 220 people were injured on the second day of major anti-government protests in Venezuela this week.

Over 220 people were injured on the second day of major anti-government protests in Venezuela this week, the Democratic Unity Roundtable (MUD, or Unidad) coalition has announced.

"This government has done nothing but violate the human rights of Venezuelans," a MUD spokesperson said during a Thursday press conference, as quoted by El Nacional.

According to MUD, 223 people were injured on Thursday during protests.

Venezuelan National Assembly deputy Marialbert Barrios said that a total of 585 people were arrested during the April 19-20 protests.

The governments of Argentina, Brazil, Chili, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay issued a joint statement on Thursday condemning violence in Venezuela.

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2017.04.21 / 09:59
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