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Venezuela in darkness for fifth day

SBS Monday, 11 March 2019
Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido is urging lawmakers to declare a "state of alarm" to pave the way for the delivery of international aid as the country's devastating blackout entered its fifth day.
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Furious Venezuelans lined up to buy water and fuel on Monday as the country endured a fifth day of a nationwide blackout that has left already-scarce food rotting in shops, homes suffering for lack of water and cell phones without reception.

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