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Venezuela police say explosives found at opposition-party offices

Venezuelan police said Monday that they found explosives at the provincial headquarters of an opposition party, whose leaders charged that the police report is part of “a set-up in the escalation of repression” waged by the government. Capt. Jesus Ribas of the DISIP secret police in the western state of Zulia told the state news agency Venpres that agents on Sunday found “homemade explosives, 26 containers of powder, several meters of cable, nails and a large amount … of other materials.” Police also seized at the Zulia headquarters of the Movement Toward Socialism (MAS) opposition party “material to reproduce identity cards” and propaganda from the Bolivarian Guerrilla Front, “an organization unknown to the investigative body” which purports to be pro-Chavez, Venpres reported. Full Story

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