Strong violence in Thailand, Ukraine and Venezuela completely disrupts normal life

Published on : Wednesday, February 19, 2014

ukraineThailand, Ukraine and Venezuela are all engaged in clashes disrupting civic life. Anti government protests is limiting the scopes of security and safety in these otherwise tourists favourite hubs.

 

Deadly violence erupted in the heart of Bangkok on 18.02.14 as four people were killed in clashes between anti-government protesters and police, and the country’s anti-corruption commission filed charges against the Prime Minister.
 
Long-simmering tensions exploded anew in Ukraine as clashes between police and anti-government protesters left more than 20 people dead and the capital’s central square afire into early Wednesday, 19.02.14.

 

As throngs of supporters chanted their support, opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez turned himself in to authorities Tuesday, 18.02.14. He faces charges of terrorism and murder connected with violence during the protests. Lopez has denied the charges. Maduro, meanwhile, has called members of the opposition fascists and compared them to an infection that needs to be cured. Nationwide student protests started this month. On February 12, the demonstrations drew global attention after three people were killed.

 

 

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