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Deadly violence erupted around a controversial vote in Venezuela on Sunday, with a candidate in the election and a youth opposition leader gunned down and troops firing weapons to clear protesters in Caracas and elsewhere. "I don't know where their hate comes from.... This is war!" one resident, Conchita Ramirez, told the Vivo Play television network as she described troops firing at buildings and people. The unrest confirmed fears over the vote for a new "Constituent Assembly" called by beleaguered President Nicolas Maduro in defiance of months of demonstrations and fierce international criticism.
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