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Dueling protests in Venezuela

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Thousands of Venezuelans took to the streets of Caracas on Saturday as both sides of the political spectrum protested on the 10th day of political unrest in the oil-producing country. Wearing white and chanting anti-government slogans, opposition groups gathered on a main avenue in Caracas for a 'concentration' after not being authorized to march. On the other side of Caracas, thousands of women in support of the government marched for peace. Waving signs with images of the late President Hugo Chavez and current leader President Nicolas Maduro, the women said that peace was the only option. According to media reports, a young supermarket worker has become the latest victim in Venezuela's unrest when he rode his motorcycle into a cable stretched across a road late on Friday. Both sides are mourning supporters killed in the worst turmoil since President Nicolas Maduro narrowly won an election in April 2013 to r

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