Protesters who say they have family members who are political prisoners hold up chains and signs showing their jailed relatives' faces at the Apostolic Nunciature building in Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday, April 5, 2016. Dozens protested to ask Pope Francis to mediate with the government in favor of an amnesty law that would free the prisoners, which was passed last week by the opposition majority in the National Assembly. President Nicolas Maduro is expected to veto the measure.
Protesters who say they have family members who are political prisoners hold up chains and signs showing their jailed relatives' faces at the Apostolic Nunciature building in Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday, April 5, 2016. Dozens protested to ask Pope Francis to mediate with the government in favor of an amnesty law that would free the prisoners, which was passed last week by the opposition majority in the National Assembly. President Nicolas Maduro is expected to veto the measure. Fernando Llano AP
Protesters who say they have family members who are political prisoners hold up chains and signs showing their jailed relatives' faces at the Apostolic Nunciature building in Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday, April 5, 2016. Dozens protested to ask Pope Francis to mediate with the government in favor of an amnesty law that would free the prisoners, which was passed last week by the opposition majority in the National Assembly. President Nicolas Maduro is expected to veto the measure. Fernando Llano AP

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