Venezuela: Today’s headlines

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@Gereljsb @LaSalidaMgta venganse a cocheima! #MargaritaUnida pic.twitter.com/1nIJyTt8ib — ResistenciaMargarita (@ResistenciaMGTA) February 16, 2014 The Scotsman: Venezuela: Third night of riots over dead students WSJ: Venezuela Opposition Leader Is Sought Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro said a police manhunt was under way for Leopoldo Lopez, the hard-line opposition leader behind antigovernment demonstrations that ended with three deaths. Reuters: Venezuela frees some student protesters, unrest continues Yahoo: Venezuela music star Dudamel targeted by opposition critics AP: Twitter reports image blocking in Venezuela MercoPress: Chilean president-elect Bachelet blasts Venezuelan repression and Maduro Following the bloody events of last Wednesday, while countries such as Argentina, Cuba, Bolivia, Ecuador, Nicaragua expressed their full support for the Venezuelan government of President Nicolas Maduro, others were more cautious such as Washington and the Europe Union calling for restraint and dialogue, but Chilean president-elect Michelle Bachelet openly twitted her rejection to repression, to President Maduro and called for a plebiscite. . . .

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