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VENEZUELA-CRIME/YOUTH
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December 02, 2015
Relatives of inmates block a highway in front of a detention center of the police of Sucre Municipality,...
Caracas, Venezuela
Relatives of inmates block a highway in front of a detention center of the police of Sucre Municipality,...
Relatives of inmates block a highway in front of a detention center of the police of Sucre Municipality, while they protest to claim their rights, during a prison riot in Caracas November 24, 2015. Crime is a top issue for voters in Venezuela ahead of this weekend's election for a new National Assembly which the ruling Socialists could lose for the first time in 16 years. Children's rights group Cecodap says the number of crimes committed by minors under the age of 18 rose about 70 percent in 2014 and that a child or adolescent was murdered every 10 hours on average, most of them shot dead. U.N. children's agency Unicef says Venezuela is the world's third worst country for murders of young people, only surpassed by gang-plagued El Salvador and Guatemala. Picture taken November 24, 2015. To match Insight VENEZUELA-CRIME/YOUTH REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
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