[AFP] Venezuela protest toll climbs to 21 with student shooting
The death toll from five weeks of political unrest in Venezuela has climbed to 21 after a student was fatally shot in the city of San Cristobal, authorities said Tuesday.
(Photo: AP Photo/Alejandro Cegarra)
[Yahoo! News] Venezuela unrest plays out daily in upscale area
[Time] Venezuelan Student Leader Killed in Anti-Government Clashes
[The Washington Post] Prominent Venezuelan student leader Daniel Tinoco shot dead
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[The New York Times] One Year After Chávez’s Death, a Divide in Venezuelans’ Fervor
(Hugo Chavez’s) successor and acolyte, President Nicolás Maduro, presided over the events, which served as a distraction from weeks of protests against his government and the country’s deeply ingrained problems, including high inflation, shortages of many basic goods and violent crime.
[Voice of America] Venezuela’s Worsening Conditions Threaten Chavez Legacy
[The Wall Street Journal] Venezuela Divided One Year After Chávez’s Death
[The Economist] A test of political maturity