Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, center left, and his wife, Cilia Flores, center right, wave next to electoral candidates after the first results of the controversial election for a constituent assembly on July 31, 2017, on the Bolivar square in Caracas, Venezuela. Venezuelan authorities quelled an apparent military rebellion early Sunday, a ruling socialist party leader said.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, center left, and his wife, Cilia Flores, center right, wave next to electoral candidates after the first results of the controversial election for a constituent assembly on July 31, 2017, on the Bolivar square in Caracas, Venezuela. Venezuelan authorities quelled an apparent military rebellion early Sunday, a ruling socialist party leader said. Manu Quintero/Picture Alliance/D TNS
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, center left, and his wife, Cilia Flores, center right, wave next to electoral candidates after the first results of the controversial election for a constituent assembly on July 31, 2017, on the Bolivar square in Caracas, Venezuela. Venezuelan authorities quelled an apparent military rebellion early Sunday, a ruling socialist party leader said. Manu Quintero/Picture Alliance/D TNS

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