A man who was waiting in line at a grocery store argues with a Bolivarian National Police officer as people continue to wait for food to arrive at a store in Caracas, Venezuela on Wednesday. Tensions rose after customers waited in line for hours.
A man who was waiting in line at a grocery store argues with a Bolivarian National Police officer as people continue to wait for food to arrive at a store in Caracas, Venezuela on Wednesday. Tensions rose after customers waited in line for hours. Fernando Llano AP
A man who was waiting in line at a grocery store argues with a Bolivarian National Police officer as people continue to wait for food to arrive at a store in Caracas, Venezuela on Wednesday. Tensions rose after customers waited in line for hours. Fernando Llano AP

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