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Images of Venezuela police station after 23 killed in clashes

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Police and civilians are seen in front of an Acarigua police station where at least 23 inmates were killed and 14 police wounded in clashes. IMAGES

Added on the 25/05/2019 16:59:32 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

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