Global Week in Review: Venezuela Censors Media Amid Protests

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  • Venezuela Censors Media to Block News of Protests
  • 500 People Injured in Ukraine Anti-Government Protests
  • Bill Clinton Visits Apparel Manufacturer in Haiti
  • 500 European Union Troops Being Sent to CAR
  • Multi-million-dollar Lottery Scam Artists Busted in Jamaica
  • Miners Rescued in South Africa
  • Three Killed, 14 Injured in Egypt Tourist Bus Blast
  • Kenyan Woman Launches Condom Delivery Service
  • Obama: Anti-Gay Bill Step Backward for Ugandans
  • Journalist Killed in Ambush in Congo
  • Ex-US Virgin Islands Official Charged in Tax Evasion

Venezuela Censors Media to Block News of Protests

At least 100 dead in Ukraine following violent clashes, former President Bill Clinton visits clothing manufacturer in Haiti, plus more global news.  — Natelege Whaley (@Natelege)

As anti-government protests spread across Venezuela, the government has completely censored the country’s media outlets and ordered troops to stop further protests. Demonstrators in Caracas are calling for President Nicolás Maduro to resign amid high crime, inflation, and shortages of basic products in the country. (Photo: AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

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