At least 3 Venezuelans have been killed in clashes on the sidelines of mass anti-government protests.
A teenager was fatally shot in the head in the capital Caracas, and a woman killed in gunfire during a rally near the Colombian border.
During what was referred to as “the mother of all marches” scuffles between security forces and protesters broke out, as the death toll rises to at least seven lives so far this month.
Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators took to the streets in Caracas and other cities across the country to protest President Nicolas Maduro’s perceived mismanagement of the economy.
Many feel the leader has only served to worsen the country’s deepening economic crisis, and using dictatorial measures to quash public unrest.