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Highland Venezuelan town blitzed by looting and protests

LOS TEQUES, Venezuela (Reuters) - Like many Portuguese immigrants to Venezuela after World War Two, Manuel Fernandes spent a lifetime building a small business: his bread and cake shop in a highland town.
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