A demonstrator wears a box on his head that reads in Spanish "Salary raise now" during a protest by public university professors and students as they prepare to leave the Central University of Venezuela (UCV) in Caracas, Venezuela, Thursday, May 28, 2015. Teachers are demanding salary raises while students demand improved bus transportation and that their schools' cafeterias and bathrooms be repaired. Students said their bathrooms and cafeterias are unusable due to lack of maintenance. Police blocked the protest from leaving the campus.
A demonstrator wears a box on his head that reads in Spanish "Salary raise now" during a protest by public university professors and students as they prepare to leave the Central University of Venezuela (UCV) in Caracas, Venezuela, Thursday, May 28, 2015. Teachers are demanding salary raises while students demand improved bus transportation and that their schools' cafeterias and bathrooms be repaired. Students said their bathrooms and cafeterias are unusable due to lack of maintenance. Police blocked the protest from leaving the campus. Fernando Llano AP
A demonstrator wears a box on his head that reads in Spanish "Salary raise now" during a protest by public university professors and students as they prepare to leave the Central University of Venezuela (UCV) in Caracas, Venezuela, Thursday, May 28, 2015. Teachers are demanding salary raises while students demand improved bus transportation and that their schools' cafeterias and bathrooms be repaired. Students said their bathrooms and cafeterias are unusable due to lack of maintenance. Police blocked the protest from leaving the campus. Fernando Llano AP

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