The Venezuelan uprising that could change the future of Latin America

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With toilet paper, milk, cooking oil, corn flower and other essential goods in short supply, anti-government protesters have taken to the streets in Venezuela.
Nelson Dordelly-Rosales
Published: Sunday, 02/23/2014 8:06 pm EST
Last Updated: Sunday, 02/23/2014 8:58 pm EST

Less than a year since the death of Hugo Chávez was announced, his successor, Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro, is struggling to maintain his grasp on power.

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