Anti-government protesters burn a Bolivarian National Guard motorbike, as one of them is covered in flames, left, during clashes with security forces blocking their march from reaching the National Assembly in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, May 3, 2017. Driving the latest outrage is a decree by Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro to begin the process of rewriting Venezuela's constitution.
Anti-government protesters burn a Bolivarian National Guard motorbike, as one of them is covered in flames, left, during clashes with security forces blocking their march from reaching the National Assembly in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, May 3, 2017. Driving the latest outrage is a decree by Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro to begin the process of rewriting Venezuela's constitution. Fernando Llano AP
Anti-government protesters burn a Bolivarian National Guard motorbike, as one of them is covered in flames, left, during clashes with security forces blocking their march from reaching the National Assembly in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, May 3, 2017. Driving the latest outrage is a decree by Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro to begin the process of rewriting Venezuela's constitution. Fernando Llano AP

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