A demonstrator wears a banner that reads in Spanish: "Prohibited to forget" during a protest in Caracas, Venezuela, Sun., Feb. 12, 2017. Anti-government activists protested against President Nicolas Maduro's government on the third year anniversary of a student's killing by security forces that kicked off a wave of deadly unrest in 2014.
A demonstrator wears a banner that reads in Spanish: "Prohibited to forget" during a protest in Caracas, Venezuela, Sun., Feb. 12, 2017. Anti-government activists protested against President Nicolas Maduro's government on the third year anniversary of a student's killing by security forces that kicked off a wave of deadly unrest in 2014. Fernando Llano AP
A demonstrator wears a banner that reads in Spanish: "Prohibited to forget" during a protest in Caracas, Venezuela, Sun., Feb. 12, 2017. Anti-government activists protested against President Nicolas Maduro's government on the third year anniversary of a student's killing by security forces that kicked off a wave of deadly unrest in 2014. Fernando Llano AP

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