With Venezuelans suffering from high inflation, food shortages and soaring crime rates, plus a deepening corruption scandal, the opposition has mounted near-daily anti-government protests since April 1. The violence has left 66 dead and more than a thousand injured, according to prosecutors in the oil-rich but impoverished South American country.
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