Public employees stand outside their office buildings as they wait for power to be restored, in downtown Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday, March 25, 2014. A forest fire cut electricity to most of Venezuela's capital and officials were still struggling to restore power to some areas Tuesday, 14 hours after the lights went out.
Public employees stand outside their office buildings as they wait for power to be restored, in downtown Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday, March 25, 2014. A forest fire cut electricity to most of Venezuela's capital and officials were still struggling to restore power to some areas Tuesday, 14 hours after the lights went out. Fernando Llano AP
Public employees stand outside their office buildings as they wait for power to be restored, in downtown Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday, March 25, 2014. A forest fire cut electricity to most of Venezuela's capital and officials were still struggling to restore power to some areas Tuesday, 14 hours after the lights went out. Fernando Llano AP

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