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000_1LS1Y8.jpg0 viewsAn image grab from a video circulating among local monitoring groups allegedly shows the body of a man who was fatally wounded in helicopter gunfire which was said to kill nine people near the northwestern Syrian village of Barisha in the Idlib province along the border with Turkey on October 27, 2019, where "groups linked to the Islamic State group" were present, according to a Britain-based war monitor with sources inside Syria. - The helicopters targeted a home and a car on the outskirts of Barisha, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said, after US media said IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was believed to be dead following a US military raid in the same province. Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman said the helicopters likely belonged to the US-led military coalition that has been fighting the extremist group in Syria. (Photo by - / HO / AFP) / THIS PICTURE WAS MADE AVAILABLE BY A THIRD PARTY. AFP CAN NOT INDEPENDENTLY VERIFY THE AUTHENTICITY, LOCATION, DATE AND CONTENT OF THIS IMAGE. THIS PHOTO IS DISTRIBUTED EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY AFP.
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000_1LS1Y6.jpg0 viewsAn image grab from a video circulating among local monitoring groups allegedly shows the body of a man who was fatally wounded in helicopter gunfire which was said to kill nine people near the northwestern Syrian village of Barisha in the Idlib province along the border with Turkey on October 27, 2019, where "groups linked to the Islamic State group" were present, according to a Britain-based war monitor with sources inside Syria. - The helicopters targeted a home and a car on the outskirts of Barisha, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said, after US media said IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was believed to be dead following a US military raid in the same province. Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman said the helicopters likely belonged to the US-led military coalition that has been fighting the extremist group in Syria. (Photo by - / HO / AFP) / THIS PICTURE WAS MADE AVAILABLE BY A THIRD PARTY. AFP CAN NOT INDEPENDENTLY VERIFY THE AUTHENTICITY, LOCATION, DATE AND CONTENT OF THIS IMAGE. THIS PHOTO IS DISTRIBUTED EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY AFP.
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000_1LS1Y5.jpg0 viewsAn image grab from a video circulating among local monitoring groups allegedly shows the body of a man who was fatally wounded in helicopter gunfire which was said to kill nine people near the northwestern Syrian village of Barisha in the Idlib province along the border with Turkey on October 27, 2019, where "groups linked to the Islamic State group" were present, according to a Britain-based war monitor with sources inside Syria. - The helicopters targeted a home and a car on the outskirts of Barisha, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said, after US media said IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was believed to be dead following a US military raid in the same province. Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman said the helicopters likely belonged to the US-led military coalition that has been fighting the extremist group in Syria. (Photo by - / HO / AFP) / THIS PICTURE WAS MADE AVAILABLE BY A THIRD PARTY. AFP CAN NOT INDEPENDENTLY VERIFY THE AUTHENTICITY, LOCATION, DATE AND CONTENT OF THIS IMAGE. THIS PHOTO IS DISTRIBUTED EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY AFP.
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000_1JW6HO.jpg0 viewsA man holds a placard reading "Free political prisoners !" during a picket in central Moscow on August 31, 2019. - Russia's opposition was set to hold a new protest march in central Moscow on August 31, 2019 despite a ban by authorities, a week before controversial regional polls in the capital. Demonstrations have been held on an almost weekly basis since July after authorities denied most opposition candidates registration in the elections for city parliament on September 8, 2019. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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000_1I98WV.jpg0 viewsVeteran Indian politician Motilal Vora, the likely new intern president of India's main opposition Congress party, according to Indian media reports, gestures at his residence in New Delhi on July 3, 2019. - Vora was take on the role according to Indian media after Rahul Gandhi quit July 3, 2019 as head of India's main opposition Congress party, taking the blame for a second-straight election humiliation by right-wing Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi. (Photo by SAJJAD HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1I98WI.jpg0 viewsVeteran Indian politician Motilal Vora, the likely new intern president of India's main opposition Congress party, according to Indian media reports, speaks on a telephone at his residence in New Delhi on July 3, 2019. - Vora was take on the role according to Indian media after Rahul Gandhi quit July 3, 2019 as head of India's main opposition Congress party, taking the blame for a second-straight election humiliation by right-wing Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi. (Photo by SAJJAD HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1HM14E.jpg4 viewsRDI-RWANDA RWIZA chairman Faustin Tagiramungu attends a press conference of the political platform MRCD-UBUMWE and the political party RDI-EWANDA RWIZA, concerning the political and security situation in Rwanda, in Brussels on June 18, 2019. (Photo by NICOLAS MAETERLINCK / various sources / AFP) / Belgium OUT
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000_1EQ105.jpg3 viewsNicaraguan riot police officers leave with two people arrested while their were heading to a demonstration called by opposition groups to demand the government the release of those arrested for taking part in anti-government protests, in Managua on March 16, 2019. - Nicaragua on Friday released 50 prisoners held for participating in anti-government protests, giving a fresh impetus to peace talks on ending the country's long running political crisis. More than 700 people were detained during a deadly crackdown on rallies that began last April and quickly grew into broad opposition to President Daniel Ortega iron-fisted rule. (Photo by Maynor Valenzuela / AFP)
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000_1FA2JC.jpg7 viewsMain opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) candidate for Istanbul mayor Ekrem Imamoglu celebrates with his supporters in Istanbul, on April 1, 2019. - Turkey's opposition candidate for Istanbul mayor Ekrem Imamoglu leads by nearly 28,000 votes after the weekend local election, Supreme Election Board (YSK) chairman said on April 1. (Photo by Yasin AKGUL / AFP)
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000_1EQ7FJ.jpg3 viewsA member of the Russian national-bolshevik movement attend an opposition rally "For Russia! Justice! New Deal" in central Moscow on March 17, 2019. - Participants demand to change the social-economic course of the country's development. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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000_1EH556.jpg4 viewsA group of men share water to drink as protestors gather on the Place de l'Etoile Rouge in Cotonou on March 11, 2019, during a peaceful protest march organized by the opposition's political forces to denounce their exclusion of the next general elections process. - The National electoral commission (Commission electorale nationale autonome-Cena) has barred opposition lists for not meeting the conditions set by a new electoral law, ahead of the April 28 general elections. (Photo by Yanick Folly / AFP)
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000_1EH55P.jpg0 viewsA group of men share water to drink as protestors gather on the Place de l'Etoile Rouge in Cotonou on March 11, 2019, during a peaceful protest march organized by the opposition's political forces to denounce their exclusion of the next general elections process. - The National electoral commission (Commission electorale nationale autonome-Cena) has barred opposition lists for not meeting the conditions set by a new electoral law, ahead of the April 28 general elections. (Photo by Yanick Folly / AFP)
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000_1EH4WS.jpg1 viewsProtestors gather in Cotonou on March 11, 2019, during a peaceful protest march organized by the opposition's political forces to denounce their exclusion of the next general elections process. - The National electoral commission (Commission electorale nationale autonome-Cena) has barred opposition lists for not meeting the conditions set by a new electoral law, ahead of the April 28 general elections. (Photo by Yanick FOLLY / AFP)
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000_1EH4W3.jpg1 viewsWomen hold a Benin's flag in Cotonou on March 11, 2019, during a peaceful protest march organized by the opposition's political forces to denounce their exclusion of the next general elections process. - The National electoral commission (Commission electorale nationale autonome-Cena) has barred opposition lists for not meeting the conditions set by a new electoral law, ahead of the April 28 general elections. (Photo by Yanick Folly / AFP)
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000_1EH4V6.jpg1 viewsA protestor holds a sign reading "(President) Talon, let the exiled citizens come back to rebuild the country" in Cotonou on March 11, 2019, during a peaceful protest march organized by the opposition's political forces to denounce their exclusion of the next general elections process. - The National electoral commission (Commission electorale nationale autonome-Cena) has barred opposition lists for not meeting the conditions set by a new electoral law, ahead of the April 28 general elections. (Photo by Yanick Folly / AFP)
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000_1EH4UH.jpg1 viewsPeople walk past a banner reading "(President) Talon leave" in Cotonou on March 11, 2019, during a peaceful protest march organized by the opposition's political forces to denounce their exclusion of the next general elections process. - The National electoral commission (Commission electorale nationale autonome-Cena) has barred opposition lists for not meeting the conditions set by a new electoral law, ahead of the April 28 general elections. (Photo by Yanick Folly / AFP)
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000_1EH4P4.jpg1 viewsA man in a tree holds a sign reading "All candidates must comply with taxes, enough trickery" in Cotonou on March 11, 2019, during a peaceful protest march organized by the opposition's political forces to denounce their exclusion of the next general elections process. - The National electoral commission (Commission electorale nationale autonome-Cena) has barred opposition lists for not meeting the conditions set by a new electoral law, ahead of the April 28 general elections. (Photo by Yanick Folly / AFP)
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000_1EH4OP.jpg1 viewsA man looks on as Benin's moto-taxis, called Zemidjan, gather in Cotonou on March 11, 2019, during a peaceful protest march organized by the opposition's political forces to denounce their exclusion of the next general elections process. - The National electoral commission (Commission electorale nationale autonome-Cena) has barred opposition lists for not meeting the conditions set by a new electoral law, ahead of the April 28 general elections. (Photo by Samantha DUBOIS and Yanick Folly / AFP)
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000_1EH4OE.jpg1 viewsBenin's moto-taxis, called Zemidjan, raise their hands as they gather in Cotonou on March 11, 2019, during a peaceful protest march organized by the opposition's political forces to denounce their exclusion of the next general elections process. - The National electoral commission (Commission electorale nationale autonome-Cena) has barred opposition lists for not meeting the conditions set by a new electoral law, ahead of the April 28 general elections. (Photo by Yanick Folly / AFP)
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000_1EH4O3.jpg1 viewsProtestors gather in Cotonou on March 11, 2019, during a peaceful protest march organized by the opposition's political forces to denounce their exclusion of the next general elections process. - The National electoral commission (Commission electorale nationale autonome-Cena) has barred opposition lists for not meeting the conditions set by a new electoral law, ahead of the April 28 general elections. (Photo by Yanick Folly / AFP)
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000_1EH4O2.jpg1 viewsProtestors gather in Cotonou on March 11, 2019, during a peaceful protest march organized by the opposition's political forces to denounce their exclusion of the next general elections process. - The National electoral commission (Commission electorale nationale autonome-Cena) has barred opposition lists for not meeting the conditions set by a new electoral law, ahead of the April 28 general elections. (Photo by Yanick Folly / AFP)
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000_1EF9JL.jpg0 viewsA woman shouts slogan during an opposition rally in central Moscow on March 10, 2019, to demand internet freedom in Russia. - Thousands of people rallied against Russia's increasingly restrictive internet policies which some say will eventually lead to "total censorship" and isolate the country from the world. The mass rally in Moscow and smaller events in other cities across the country was called after the Russian lower house of parliament backed a bill to stop Russian internet traffic from being routed on foreign servers, in a bit to boost cybersecurity. (Photo by Alexander NEMENOV / AFP)
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000_1EF9IK.jpg0 viewsPeople attend an opposition rally in central Moscow on March 10, 2019, to demand internet freedom in Russia. - Thousands of people rallied against Russia's increasingly restrictive internet policies which some say will eventually lead to "total censorship" and isolate the country from the world. The mass rally in Moscow and smaller events in other cities across the country was called after the Russian lower house of parliament backed a bill to stop Russian internet traffic from being routed on foreign servers, in a bit to boost cybersecurity. (Photo by Alexander NEMENOV / AFP)
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000_1EF9IE.jpg0 viewsPeople attend an opposition rally in central Moscow on March 10, 2019, to demand internet freedom in Russia. - Thousands of people rallied against Russia's increasingly restrictive internet policies which some say will eventually lead to "total censorship" and isolate the country from the world. The mass rally in Moscow and smaller events in other cities across the country was called after the Russian lower house of parliament backed a bill to stop Russian internet traffic from being routed on foreign servers, in a bit to boost cybersecurity. (Photo by Alexander NEMENOV / AFP)
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000_1EF9I7.jpg0 viewsA protester holds a placard reading "Putin lies" during an opposition rally in central Moscow, on March 10, 2019, to demand internet freedom in Russia. - Thousands of people rallied against Russia's increasingly restrictive internet policies which some say will eventually lead to "total censorship" and isolate the country from the world. The mass rally in Moscow and smaller events in other cities across the country was called after the Russian lower house of parliament backed a bill to stop Russian internet traffic from being routed on foreign servers, in a bit to boost cybersecurity. (Photo by Alexander NEMENOV / AFP)
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000_1EF9HQ.jpg0 viewsPeople attend an opposition rally in central Moscow on March 10, 2019, to demand internet freedom in Russia. - Thousands of people rallied against Russia's increasingly restrictive internet policies which some say will eventually lead to "total censorship" and isolate the country from the world. The mass rally in Moscow and smaller events in other cities across the country was called after the Russian lower house of parliament backed a bill to stop Russian internet traffic from being routed on foreign servers, in a bit to boost cybersecurity. (Photo by Alexander NEMENOV / AFP)
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000_1EF9HN.jpg0 viewsPeople attend an opposition rally in central Moscow on March 10, 2019, to demand internet freedom in Russia. - Thousands of people rallied against Russia's increasingly restrictive internet policies which some say will eventually lead to "total censorship" and isolate the country from the world. The mass rally in Moscow and smaller events in other cities across the country was called after the Russian lower house of parliament backed a bill to stop Russian internet traffic from being routed on foreign servers, in a bit to boost cybersecurity. (Photo by Alexander NEMENOV / AFP)
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000_1EF9HL.jpg0 viewsPeople attend an opposition rally in central Moscow on March 10, 2019, to demand internet freedom in Russia. - Thousands of people rallied against Russia's increasingly restrictive internet policies which some say will eventually lead to "total censorship" and isolate the country from the world. The mass rally in Moscow and smaller events in other cities across the country was called after the Russian lower house of parliament backed a bill to stop Russian internet traffic from being routed on foreign servers, in a bit to boost cybersecurity. (Photo by Alexander NEMENOV / AFP)
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000_1E98MN.jpg2 viewsNicaragua's Apostolic Nuncio Waldelomar Sommertag, speaks flanked by Max Jerez (L) of the Civic Alliance and Nicaragua's Foreign Minister Denis Moncada Colindres during a press conference in the framework of the "National Dialogue" with the government in Managua on March 5, 2019. - Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega and the opposition opened talks yesterday on easing tensions that began last April with deadly protests over the government's now-ditched pension reform. (Photo by Maynor Valenzuela / AFP)
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000_1E8130.jpg0 viewsNicaraguan Carlos Tunnermann (L) and Azalea Solis, members of the Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy's negotiating team, leave at the end of a session of the "National Dialogue" with the government in Managua on March 4, 2019. - Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega and the opposition opened talks yesterday on easing tensions that began last April with deadly protests over the government's now-ditched pension reform. (Photo by Maynor Valenzuela / AFP)
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000_1E812Y.jpg0 viewsNicaraguan Carlos Tunnermann (L) and Azalea Solis, members of the Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy's negotiating team, speak with the press at the end of a session of the "National Dialogue" with the government in Managua on March 4, 2019. - Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega and the opposition opened talks yesterday on easing tensions that began last April with deadly protests over the government's now-ditched pension reform. (Photo by Maynor Valenzuela / AFP)
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000_1E19P3.jpg0 viewsJournalists wait outside the INCAE Business School campus after a session of the negotiating table of the "National Dialogue" in Managua on February 28, 2019. - Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega and the opposition opened talks yesterday on easing tensions that began last April with deadly protests over the government's now-ditched pension reform. (Photo by INTI OCON / AFP)
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000_1DP41C.jpg1 viewsA woman with a national flag waits on the side of a highway in Caracas to see a caravan of buses organized by opposition leader and self-declared acting president Juan Guaido, pass by as it heads to the border with Colombia to bring in US-supplied humanitarian aid, on February 21, 2019. - On president Maduro's orders, the military has beefed up border security and barricaded a major border bridge to prevent the supplies from entering the country from Cucuta, Colombia, where tons of supplies are stockpiled. Although it was unclear exactly what Guaido intends to do, he says he has enlisted hundreds of thousands of volunteers in recent days to help bring in and distribute the aid. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)
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000_1DP3SP.jpg1 viewsAlbanian opposition supporters hold smoke canisters and shout slogans during a protest outside the Albanian parliament, demanding the resignation of the prime minister, on February 21, 2019, in Tirana. - Thousands rallied in Tirana against Albania's Prime Minister Edi Rama, as the EU condemned opposition mass resignations over alleged corruption by the premier. A heavy police presence was deployed around the parliament in Tirana after a similar opposition rally over the weekend had turned violent. The protesters, who accuse Rama of corruption, lit flares and shouted "Rama go away!" during Thursday's march, but no violence was reported by journalists on the ground. (Photo by Gent SHKULLAKU / AFP)
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000_1DP3SD.jpg1 viewsAlbanian opposition supporters gather next to smoke canisters during a protest outside the Albanian parliament, demanding the resignation of the prime minister, on February 21, 2019, in Tirana. - Thousands rallied in Tirana against Albania's Prime Minister Edi Rama, as the EU condemned opposition mass resignations over alleged corruption by the premier. A heavy police presence was deployed around the parliament in Tirana after a similar opposition rally over the weekend had turned violent. The protesters, who accuse Rama of corruption, lit flares and shouted "Rama go away!" during Thursday's march, but no violence was reported by journalists on the ground. (Photo by Gent SHKULLAKU / AFP)
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000_1DP3S3.jpg1 viewsAlbanian opposition supporters gather during a protest outside the Albanian parliament, demanding the resignation of the prime minister, on February 21, 2019, in Tirana. - Thousands rallied in Tirana against Albania's Prime Minister Edi Rama, as the EU condemned opposition mass resignations over alleged corruption by the premier. A heavy police presence was deployed around the parliament in Tirana after a similar opposition rally over the weekend had turned violent. The protesters, who accuse Rama of corruption, lit flares and shouted "Rama go away!" during Thursday's march, but no violence was reported by journalists on the ground. (Photo by Gent SHKULLAKU / AFP)
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000_1DP3RT.jpg1 viewsAlbanian opposition supporters hold a smoke canister as they gather during a protest outside the Albanian parliament, demanding the resignation of the prime minister, on February 21, 2019, in Tirana. - Thousands rallied in Tirana against Albania's Prime Minister Edi Rama, as the EU condemned opposition mass resignations over alleged corruption by the premier. A heavy police presence was deployed around the parliament in Tirana after a similar opposition rally over the weekend had turned violent. The protesters, who accuse Rama of corruption, lit flares and shouted "Rama go away!" during Thursday's march, but no violence was reported by journalists on the ground. (Photo by Gent SHKULLAKU / AFP)
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000_1DP3RC.jpg1 viewsVenezuelan opposition deputies wave while traveling in a caravan of buses heading to the border with Colombia to bring in US-supplied humanitarian aid, in Caracas on February 21, 2019. - On Maduro's orders, the military has beefed up border security and barricaded a major border bridge to prevent the supplies from entering the country from Cucuta, Colombia, where tons of supplies are stockpiled. Although it was unclear exactly what opposition leader and self-declared acting president Juan Guaido intends to do, he says he has enlisted hundreds of thousands of volunteers in recent days to help bring in and distribute the aid. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)
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000_1CW0QU.jpg3 viewsOpposition leader and self-proclaimed "acting president" Juan Guaido (C) accompained by his wife Fabiana Rosales (2-R) arrives at Venezuela's Central University (UCV) in Caracas to present his government's plan on January 31, 2019. - Venezuela's self-proclaimed acting president Juan Guaido ruled out the possibility of civil war in his country, saying the overwhelming majority of his compatriots wanted Nicolas Maduro to step down. In an interview to Spain's El Pais newspaper published Thursday, Guaido repeated an appeal to Venezuela's armed forces to take his side. (Photo by JUAN BARRETO / AFP)
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000_1CW0QT.jpg2 viewsOpposition leader and self-proclaimed "acting president" Juan Guaido (L) accompained by his wife Fabiana Rosales, arrives at Venezuela's Central University (UCV) in Caracas to present his government's plan on January 31, 2019. - Venezuela's self-proclaimed acting president Juan Guaido ruled out the possibility of civil war in his country, saying the overwhelming majority of his compatriots wanted Nicolas Maduro to step down. In an interview to Spain's El Pais newspaper published Thursday, Guaido repeated an appeal to Venezuela's armed forces to take his side. (Photo by JUAN BARRETO / AFP)
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