VENEZUELA: Hundreds of students protest fatal shooting

Hundreds of university students held protests in Venezuela on Wednesday to condemn the fatal shooting of an undergraduate during a demonstration earlier this week, reports Fox News. Hundreds of protesters gathered in a Caracas plaza chanting "No to violence! No to impunity!" They marched through the streets and onto a highway, blocking traffic.

Students also held protests in other cities to denounce the murder of 20-year-old Jesus Eduardo Ramirez, who was shot Tuesday in the western city of San Cristobal as students denounced power outages and gasoline shortages.

His university's rector said the death came during clashes between opponents and supporters of President Hugo Chavez. Authorities say they have yet to determine who was responsible.
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