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Handout picture released by the Venezuelan presidential office showing suppoerters of President Nicolas Maduro rallying in Caracas on April 19, 2017. (AFP)
Handout picture released by the Venezuelan presidential office showing suppoerters of President Nicolas Maduro rallying in Caracas on April 19, 2017. (AFP)
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Jesus Silva
Press TV, Caracas

Supporters and opponents of Venezuela’s president Nicolas Maduro have held rival rallies in several cities. The anti-government protests turned violent, leaving three people including a soldier, killed. Opposition protesters blame the president for the economic crisis and want him to resign. The government believes the rallies are part of a coup attempt.