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Over two dozen people have died since opposition-led protests aimed at toppling the government began. Full Story

Latin America
For weeks, the right-wing opposition has led violent protests across the country demanding the ouster of President Nicolas Maduro.
Erika Guevara-Rosas, Amnesty International director for the Americas, states that the situation indigenous communities face in Colombia is "alarming."
The OAS meeting to discuss Venezuela scheduled for Wednesday violates the rules of the organization because it does not have the consent of the affected country.
In the past three weeks of repeated violent opposition protests, hundreds have been injured and at least 28 people have died.
World

The brutal shooting death of Tamir Rice was one of many that galvanized a movement for Black lives in the U.S. against police brutality and murder.

According to NBC, the officers received bribes in the form of Broadway and sports tickets, expensive watches, booze, food and strippers.
Yemen's hunger emergency is mostly due to the Saudi-led, US-backed military campaign against the country.
The mayor, from the same governing party that indirectly helped to foment the far-right vote, said he can't understand his constituents and would rather quit. 
Sport
Williams, one of the greatest players of all time, revealed Wednesday that she is expecting her first baby and will not play again this year.
Madrid has a game in hand and this gives the Zinedine Zidane-coached outfit the advantage to take the top prize.
Keitany made an electric start and distanced all of her rivals by mile three.
Authorities suspect the man was not a terrorist but trying to profit off the plummeting share price of the soccer club.
Culture
Women made 30-second selfie videos introducing themselves to one another and providing notes to the high school students who helped create the short.
Urban artist tvboy surprises Barcelona with graffiti showing football stars Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo kissing passionately.
Since launching the initiative 30 years ago, the artist has visited nearly 60 countries to amass images, stories, and artifacts to enrich the collection.
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