Thousands of university
students protested against Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez again Tuesday,
accusing the socialist leader of forcing an opposition-allied TV
channel off cable and satellite as a means of silencing his critics.
march by some 3,000 people was peaceful, unlike protests in several
cities Monday that escalated into clashes among anti-Chavez factions,
the president's supporters and police, leaving two youths dead in a
Demonstrators marched on Tuesday from Caracas'
central plaza to the headquarters of the leading government-run
television channel, where they condemned the removal of Radio Caracas
Television Internacional, or RCTV, and accused state media of biased
"Tell the truth," student leader Roderick Navarro told
the channel's representatives. "We don't want this media outlet to
continue dividing the people."