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Street protests target soaring Venezuelan crime rate

In recent days, student groups and opposition party supporters have taken to the streets in a call for the government to tackle Venezuela’s alarming crime levels. The murder rate has soared by 67 percent in the South American country since President Hugo Chávez was elected in 1998, earning its capital city the dubious distinction as the world’s No. 1 murder capital, according to Foreign Policy magazine. Full Story

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