Venezuela Unrest Becomes Violent
On Thursday, Venezuelan unrest turned violent as state-sponsored paramilitaries rode motorcycle in middle class neighborhoods of Tachira, shooting at protestors. The clashes, which began eight days ago, have been growing ever since socialist President Nicolas Maduro was narrowly elected in April 2013. There have been scores of injuries and arrests, reports of detainees being tortured, and mounting repression with over 645,000 inhabitants taken off the internet.
By Jordan Moses
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