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Jailed protest leader urges continued Venezuelan protests

Accused of instigating violent protests, Venezuela's jailed opposition leader sends a handwritten note from behind bars. Leopoldo Lopez is urging continued demonstrations against President Nicolas Maduro. But peaceful ones. At least 6 people have died in recent days. And authorities say some 100 civilians have been injured. Both sides are blaming each other. President Maduro is now blaming "right-wing extremists." (SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) PRESIDENT NICOLAS MADURO SAYING: "Venezuela is the victim of attack by a group of right-wing extremists who want to destabilize the country, to lead us into a civil war, to topple the legitimate government, and to destroy the Bolivarian revolution with the support from factions in the United States." Troops guard the streets of San Cristobal, Tachira - recently described as a "war zone." The Interior Ministry said a battalion of paratroopers was being sent to the state to help bring calm. Something the mayo

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