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Eight electrocuted in Caracas looting amid Venezuela protests - firefighter

Reuters India Friday, 21 April 2017
CARACAS (Reuters) - Eight people were electrocuted to death during a looting incident in Caracas, a firefighter said on Friday, amid violent protests against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro by opponents accusing him of seeking to create a dictatorship.
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RESENDING WITH FULL SCRIPT Eight people are electrocuted to death during a looting incident in Caracas amid violent protests against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro by opponents accusing him of

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