In this Feb. 20, 2018, file photo, independent presidential candidate Henri Falcón, a former governor and former aide to the late President Hugo Chávez, speaks to the press in Caracas, Venezuela. Falcón is running against Venezuelan leader Nicolás Maduro. Falcón said Monday, April 2, on Twitter that a congressman campaigning with him in a poor neighborhood was struck by a man wearing steel knuckles, sending him to the hospital with a serious head injury.
In this Feb. 20, 2018, file photo, independent presidential candidate Henri Falcón, a former governor and former aide to the late President Hugo Chávez, speaks to the press in Caracas, Venezuela. Falcón is running against Venezuelan leader Nicolás Maduro. Falcón said Monday, April 2, on Twitter that a congressman campaigning with him in a poor neighborhood was struck by a man wearing steel knuckles, sending him to the hospital with a serious head injury. ARIANA CUBILLOS AP
In this Feb. 20, 2018, file photo, independent presidential candidate Henri Falcón, a former governor and former aide to the late President Hugo Chávez, speaks to the press in Caracas, Venezuela. Falcón is running against Venezuelan leader Nicolás Maduro. Falcón said Monday, April 2, on Twitter that a congressman campaigning with him in a poor neighborhood was struck by a man wearing steel knuckles, sending him to the hospital with a serious head injury. ARIANA CUBILLOS AP

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