Venezuelan attorney general Luisa Ortega speaks to reporters outside her office in Caracas after security forces surrounded the entrance Saturday. She was later dismissed by a new all-powerful constituent assembly.
Venezuelan attorney general Luisa Ortega speaks to reporters outside her office in Caracas after security forces surrounded the entrance Saturday. She was later dismissed by a new all-powerful constituent assembly. Wil Riera AP
Venezuelan attorney general Luisa Ortega speaks to reporters outside her office in Caracas after security forces surrounded the entrance Saturday. She was later dismissed by a new all-powerful constituent assembly. Wil Riera AP

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