Hundreds of Indigenous Guatemalan campesinos marched holding Venezuelan flags to the Venezuelan embassy in the capital city of Guatemala showing their support and solidarity with the Bolivarian government of Nicolás Maduro in the face of violent opposition protests that have left more than 70 dead in the nation.  RELATED:Venezuela Opposition Protesters Kill Police Chief, Injure 3 “We want to tell Venezuela that it is not alone. They are attacking Venezuela for their struggle because the government is working for the good of the people,” said Thelma Cabrera, who participated in the act of solidarity. The solidarity rally was organized by the members of the Committee of Peasant Development, CODECA, and the Solidarity Coordinator with Venezuela. Demonstrators carried a banner with the message: “We stand in solidarity with … Next »
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