Motorcyclists protest planned curfew in Venezuela

Aury Carrasquel, leader of a group of motorcyclists, shouts slogans against a proposed nighttime curfew for two-wheelers in Caracas, Venezuela, on Friday. President Nicolas Maduro's government has lent its support to proposals to ban motorcycles from circulating at night, arguing that the vehicles are used to carry out murders and kidnappings that have proliferated recently.
Aury Carrasquel, leader of a group of motorcyclists, shouts slogans against a proposed nighttime curfew for two-wheelers in Caracas, Venezuela, on Friday. President Nicolas Maduro's government has lent its support to proposals to ban motorcycles from circulating at night, arguing that the vehicles are used to carry out murders and kidnappings that have proliferated recently. Alejandro Cegarra/AP Photo

Aury Carrasquel, leader of a group of motorcyclists, shouts slogans against a proposed nighttime curfew for two-wheelers in Caracas, Venezuela, on Friday. President Nicolas Maduro's government has lent its support to proposals to ban motorcycles from circulating at night, arguing that the vehicles are used to carry out murders and kidnappings that have proliferated recently.

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