Anti-government demonstrators sit on furniture placed in the middle of the street during a call by the opposition to block roads for 10 hours in Caracas, Venezuela, Monday, July 10, 2017. Opposition protests demanding new elections and decrying triple-digit inflation, food shortages and worsening crime continue as President Nicolas Maduro pushes forward with his plan to draft a new constitution.
Anti-government demonstrators sit on furniture placed in the middle of the street during a call by the opposition to block roads for 10 hours in Caracas, Venezuela, Monday, July 10, 2017. Opposition protests demanding new elections and decrying triple-digit inflation, food shortages and worsening crime continue as President Nicolas Maduro pushes forward with his plan to draft a new constitution. Ariana Cubillos AP
Anti-government demonstrators sit on furniture placed in the middle of the street during a call by the opposition to block roads for 10 hours in Caracas, Venezuela, Monday, July 10, 2017. Opposition protests demanding new elections and decrying triple-digit inflation, food shortages and worsening crime continue as President Nicolas Maduro pushes forward with his plan to draft a new constitution. Ariana Cubillos AP

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