Venezuelans protest mass blackout by banging pots and pans

Residents of Caracas banged pots and pans and honked car horns in a form of protest known as “cacerolazo” on Thursday, March 7, after the country was plunged into darkness by a blackout.
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Residents of Caracas banged pots and pans and honked car horns in a form of protest known as “cacerolazo” on Thursday, March 7, after the country was plunged into darkness by a blackout.

Jim Wyss covers Latin America for the Miami Herald and was part of the team that won the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for its work on the “Panama Papers.” He has lived and worked in Latin America for 20+ years but still can’t dance.