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Election Dispute Protests Rock Venezuela

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Election Dispute Protests Rock Venezuela

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Election Dispute Protests Rock Venezuela

Election Dispute Protests Rock Venezuela

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Violent protests rock Venezuela following a ruling by the national electoral council that could invalidate more than 3 million signatures on a petition to recall President Hugo Chavez. The country's U.N. envoy resigns in protest, as several demonstrators are killed in clashes with government forces. Hear NPR's Martin Kaste.

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