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15 Sep
Yulimar Rojas, 2020 Olympic Games gold medallist and world record holder in the triple jump, is feted during a welcoming parade in the capital Caracas.
5 Aug 2018
Smoke rising and military on the streets seen after an explosion near presidential event in Caracas.
30 Jul 2017
The Venezuelan government is preparing to hold a controversial election on Sunday, and security forces are out on the streets of Caracas trying to keep the peace before the vote.
29 Jul 2017
Venezuelan protesters clashed with security forces in Caracas on Friday, ahead of a vote for a legislative super-body proposed by President Nicolas Maduro.
23 Jul 2017
A violinist who has become one of the best-known faces of protests against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro was injured on Saturday in violent clashes in Caracas.
9 Apr 2017
Massive opposition protests in Caracas descend into violent clashes between police armed with tear gas and water cannon and demonstrators responding with rocks, bottles and other projectiles.

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