Three more people were killed in protest-hit Venezuela's north as police fired tear gas and water cannon to push back scores of rock-hurling students in the capital.
National Guardsmen protect themselves with shields during an anti-government protest in east Caracas, on March 12, 2014
About 3,000 students marched in Caracas to mark a month since the first deaths in weeks of anti-government demonstrations that have now killed at least 24 people. There were similar opposition protests in the cities of San Cristobal, Merida and Valencia.
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