Venezuelans freed following subway protest

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November 15, 2010 01:03

 
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CARACAS, Venezuela — More than two dozen demonstrators arrested during a protest inside Venezuela's largest subway system have been freed after being detained for two days.

The demonstrators were protesting inside the Propatria subway station Friday to draw attention to faulty services, but authorities argue they were unlawfully hindering services.

Police arrested 35 of the protesters.

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