Venezuela tear gas, rubber bullets fired at protesters
Soldiers in Venezuela’s capital Caracas fired teargas and rubber bullets as countless people protested.
The display came days after Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro located opposition leaders for discussions to put an end to weeks of political unrest.
The discussions are seen by some like a monumental task in a nation polarised by high degrees of poverty.
Weeks of violent clashes have gone at least 30 people dead, thousands injured and hundreds arrested
Venezuelans have been demonstrating against deficiencies in basic foods, inflation and high-crime rates.
Polls show a decline in service for the resistance as well as both Maduro because the protests started.