A man walks past a grocery store looted by demonstrators the night before in Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela, Monday, Dec. 19, 2016. Last week, President Nicolas Maduro made an announcement annulling all 100-bolivar notes leading to massive lines at banks, and making cash transactions such as buying food or gasoline extremely difficult. Maduro suddenly changed course late Saturday, announcing the 100-bolivar notes could be used until Jan. 2. Before that announcement riots and looting broke out in several cities.
A man walks past a grocery store looted by demonstrators the night before in Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela, Monday, Dec. 19, 2016. Last week, President Nicolas Maduro made an announcement annulling all 100-bolivar notes leading to massive lines at banks, and making cash transactions such as buying food or gasoline extremely difficult. Maduro suddenly changed course late Saturday, announcing the 100-bolivar notes could be used until Jan. 2. Before that announcement riots and looting broke out in several cities. Alejandro Cegarra AP
A man walks past a grocery store looted by demonstrators the night before in Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela, Monday, Dec. 19, 2016. Last week, President Nicolas Maduro made an announcement annulling all 100-bolivar notes leading to massive lines at banks, and making cash transactions such as buying food or gasoline extremely difficult. Maduro suddenly changed course late Saturday, announcing the 100-bolivar notes could be used until Jan. 2. Before that announcement riots and looting broke out in several cities. Alejandro Cegarra AP

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