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  • Nov. 28: University students run from tear gas fired by Venezuelan National Guard soldiers outside the Metropolitan University in Caracas during a protest against constitutional reforms proposed by Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez. Venezuelans will vote on the changes to their nation's constitution on Dec. 2.
  • Nov. 28: University students run from tear gas fired by Venezuelan National Guard soldiers outside the Metropolitan University in Caracas during a protest against constitutional reforms proposed by Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez. Venezuelans will vote on the changes to their nation's constitution on Dec. 2.
  • Nov. 28: A university student carries a fellow student as they escape from tear gas fired by Venezuelan National Guard soldiers outside the Metropolitan University in Caracas during a protest against constitutional reforms proposed by Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez. Venezuelans will vote on the changes to their nation's constitution on Dec. 2
  • Nov. 28: University students run from tear gas fired by Venezuelan National Guard soldiers outside the Metropolitan University in Caracas during a protest against constitutional reforms proposed by Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez. Venezuelans will vote on the changes to their nation's constitution on Dec. 2.
  • Nov. 28: Police fire tear gas at university students outside the Metropolitan University in Caracas during a protest by the students against constitutional reforms proposed by Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez. Venezuelans will vote on the changes to their nation's constitution on Dec. 2.
  • Nov. 28: Venezuelan National Guard soldiers fire tear gas and rubber bullets at students, unseen, outside the Metropolitan University in Caracas as the students protest against constitutional reforms proposed by Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez. Venezuelans will vote on the changes to their nation's constitution on Dec. 2.
  • Nov. 28: Venezuelan National Guard soldiers fire tear gas and rubber bullets at students, unseen, outside the Metropolitan University in Caracas as the students protest against constitutional reforms proposed by Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez. Venezuelans will vote on the changes to their nation's constitution on Dec. 2.
  • Nov. 28: Venezuelan National Guard soldiers fire tear gas and rubber bullets at students, unseen, outside the Metropolitan University in Caracas as the students protest against constitutional reforms proposed by Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez. Venezuelans will vote on the changes to their nation's constitution on Dec. 2.
  • Nov. 28: Venezuelan National Guard soldiers fire rubber bullets at students, unseen, outside the Metropolitan University in Caracas as the students protest against constitutional reforms proposed by Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez. Venezuelans will vote on the changes to their nation's constitution on Dec. 2.
  • Nov. 28: A university student throws rocks at anti-riot police outside the Metropolitan University in Caracas.
  • Nov. 28: A university student points his slingshot towards police during clashes outside the Metropolitan University in Caracas.
  • Nov. 28: A university student holds up a sign that reads in Spanish "Vote No" outside the Metropolitan University in Caracas.
  • Nov. 28: University students throw rocks at anti-riot police outside the Metropolitan University in Caracas.
  • Nov. 28: University students take cover from a water cannon being fired at them by Venezuelan National Guard soldiers outside the Metropolitan University in Caracas.
  • Nov. 29: Opposition members fill Bolivar Avenue during a rally against a referendum on changes to the constitution proposed by Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez in Caracas. Tens of thousands of people flooded the streets of the capital Thursday to oppose a referendum that would eliminate term limits for Chavez and help him establish a socialist state in Venezuela.
  • Nov. 29: Opposition members hold an image of Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez during a rally against a referendum on changes to the constitution in Caracas.
  • Nov. 29: Opposition members fill Bolivar Avenue during a rally against a referendum on changes to the constitution proposed by Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez in Caracas. Tens of thousands of people flooded the streets of the capital Thursday to oppose a referendum that would eliminate term limits for Chavez and help him establish a socialist state in Venezuela.
  • Nov. 29: An opposition protester shouts slogans against Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez at a rally in Caracas.
  • Nov. 29: Opposition protesters wave a Venezuelan flag at a rally against constitutional reforms.
  • Nov. 29: Two opposition members paint the word 'No' over an image of Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez during a rally against constitutional reforms.
  • Nov. 29: An opposition member with the word ‘No’ painted on his face shouts slogans at a rally in Caracas against constitutional reforms proposed by Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez.
  • Nov. 29: Supporters of Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez set up an inflatable figure in his image in Caracas near a sign that reads: 'Constitutional reform, Yes, with Chavez.'
  • Nov. 30: An electoral worker sets up a voting machine at a polling station as a soldier looks on in Caracas. Venezuelans were to vote Sunday in a referendum on changes to their constitution that would extend presidential terms from six to seven years and expand the powers of Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez to remake the government, economy and society.
  • Nov. 30: A supporter of Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez holds a doll in the likeness of his leader at a rally in Caracas to show support for changes to Venezuela's constitution.
  • Nov. 30: A supporter of Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez holds a doll in the likeness of his leader at a rally in Caracas to show support for changes to Venezuela's constitution.
  • Nov. 30: Supporters of Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez take pictures of themselves by a mural of him before a march in Caracas in favor of changes to the constitution.
  • Nov. 30: Supporters of Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez gather above a mural of him before a march in Caracas in favor of changes to the constitution.
  • Nov. 30: People walk by a mural of Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez in Caracas. Venezuelans were to vote Sunday in a referendum on changes to their constitution that would extend presidential terms from six to seven years and expand Chavez's powers to remake the government, economy and society.
  • Nov. 30: A boy walks by a mural depicting the last supper showing Jesus, center, surrounded by leftist icons including Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez, end right, in Caracas.
  • Nov. 30: Supporters of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez arrive for a rally in favor of the constitutional reforms proposed by him in Caracas.
  • Nov. 30: Supporters of Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez attend a rally in support of constitutional reforms in Caracas.
  • Nov. 30: Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez waves to supporters as he arrives for a rally in Caracas.
  • Nov. 30: Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez waves to supporters as he arrives for a rally in Caracas.
  • Nov. 30: Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez waves to supporters as he arrives for a rally in Caracas.
  • Nov. 30: Supporters of Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez react as he arrives for a rally in Caracas.
  • Nov. 30: Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez waves his country's flag as he arrives at a rally in support of an upcoming referendum in Caracas.
  • Nov. 30: Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez kisses the hand of a supporter as he arrives to a rally in support of the upcoming referendum in Caracas.
  • Nov. 30: Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez waves to supporters as he arrives for a rally in support of a 'Yes' vote in the upcoming referendum in Caracas.
  • Nov. 30: Supporters hold a cut of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez during a rally in support of the 'Yes' vote in the upcoming referendum in Caracas.
  • Nov. 30: Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez speaks to supporters at a rally in support of the upcoming referendum in Caracas.
  • Nov. 30: Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez greets his supporters as he arrives at a rally in support of the 'Yes' vote in the upcoming referendum in Caracas.
  • Nov. 30: Supporters of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez hold a flag with his portrait during a rally in support of the ‘yes’ vote in an upcoming referendum in Caracas.
  • Nov. 30: Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez, center, gestures as he arrives at a rally in Caracas.
  • Nov. 30: Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez looks through binoculars at a rally in favor of an upcoming referendum on changes to the constitution in Caracas.
  • Nov. 30: Supporters of Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez holds an image of him with a sign that reads in Spanish: 'Eight years...for now,' at a rally in favor of changes to the nation's constitution in Caracas.
  • Nov. 30: A supporter of Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez holds a doll in the likeness of Chavez at a rally in support of changes to the constitution in Caracas.
  • Nov. 30: Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez holds his grandson Jorge at a rally in support of changes to the constitution in Caracas.
  • Nov. 30: Members of the presidential security stand on guard on a roof during a rally for Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez in Caracas.
  • Nov. 30: Supporters of Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez attend a rally in support of the upcoming referendum in Caracas.
  • Nov. 30: A member of the opposition with the word 'No' painted on her nails attends a rally against the upcoming referendum in Maracaibo.
  • Nov. 30: Members of the opposition attend a rally against the upcoming referendum in Maraciabo, Venezuela.
  • Dec. 1: A man who collects materials to recycle speaks to a man sleeping under a wall covered with the words 'Vote No,' referring to a referendum on changes to the constitution in Caracas.
  • Dec. 1: A woman buys vegetables in front of a wall covered with the words 'Yes' overwritten with 'No' as those in favor of and opposed to constitutional reforms rallied in Venezuela.
  • Dec. 1: Patrons wait for breakfast at a shop near a wall covered with the words 'Yes, with Chavez' and 'No,' referring to an upcoming referendum on changes to the constitution in Caracas.
  • Dec. 1: Soldiers guard the entrance of a school that will serve as a polling station in Caracas.
  • Dec. 1: A woman sells merchandise displaying images of Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez in Caracas. T-shirts, socks, towels, hats, watches and all kind of merchandise with different images of Chavez are sold in Caracas.
  • Dec. 1: A woman sells merchandise displaying images of Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez in Caracas.

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