Reuters: Venezuelan opposition floods Caracas in vast anti-Maduro protest
Opponents of President Nicolas Maduro flooded Venezuela's capital on Thursday in one of the biggest mass protests against socialist rule for more than a decade.
Dressed in white and chanting "this government will fall," hundreds of thousands rallied across Caracas to demand a recall referendum against Maduro and decry a deep economic crisis in the South American OPEC nation.
The opposition Democratic Unity coalition estimated at least 1 million people took part after protesters streamed into Caracas from the Amazon jungle to the western Andes.
"We are going to bring down Maduro!" said Naty Gutierrez, 53, whose 75-mile (120 km) drive from Maracay into Caracas took three times longer than usual due to soldiers' roadblocks.
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Venezuela: Hundreds of thousands take part in rival marches -- BBC
Venezuela protests: Demonstrators flood streets, demand recall vote -- CNN
Venezuela: Anti-Maduro protesters flood Caracas -- Al Jazeera