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EN FOTOS: Las largas colas para surtir el servicio de gas en Caracas

Este jueves 14 de marzo, se registraron largas colas para surtir el servicio de gas en Las Minas de Baruta, a una semana del apagón que dejó varios días sin electricidad a la población venezolana.

Locals line up to replace empty propane gas drums in Las Minas de Baruta neighborhood, Caracas, Venezuela, on March 14, 2019. – Venezuela’s public employees were called to return to work Thursday after the government ended a nearly week-long hiatus caused by an unprecedented nationwide blackout that deepened widespread anger against President Nicolas Maduro. Communications Minister Jorge Rodriguez said in an address on state television Wednesday that Maduro decided the public sector would resume work on Thursday, although state schools would remain closed for an extra day. (Photo by RONALDO SCHEMIDT / AFP)

Locals line up to replace empty propane gas drums in Las Minas de Baruta neighborhood, Caracas, Venezuela, on March 14, 2019. – Venezuela’s public employees were called to return to work Thursday after the government ended a nearly week-long hiatus caused by an unprecedented nationwide blackout that deepened widespread anger against President Nicolas Maduro. Communications Minister Jorge Rodriguez said in an address on state television Wednesday that Maduro decided the public sector would resume work on Thursday, although state schools would remain closed for an extra day. (Photo by RONALDO SCHEMIDT / AFP)

Locals line up to replace empty propane gas drums in Las Minas de Baruta neighborhood, Caracas, Venezuela, on March 14, 2019. – Venezuela’s public employees were called to return to work Thursday after the government ended a nearly week-long hiatus caused by an unprecedented nationwide blackout that deepened widespread anger against President Nicolas Maduro. Communications Minister Jorge Rodriguez said in an address on state television Wednesday that Maduro decided the public sector would resume work on Thursday, although state schools would remain closed for an extra day. (Photo by RONALDO SCHEMIDT / AFP)

Locals line up to replace empty propane gas drums in Las Minas de Baruta neighborhood, Caracas, Venezuela, on March 14, 2019. – Venezuela’s public employees were called to return to work Thursday after the government ended a nearly week-long hiatus caused by an unprecedented nationwide blackout that deepened widespread anger against President Nicolas Maduro. Communications Minister Jorge Rodriguez said in an address on state television Wednesday that Maduro decided the public sector would resume work on Thursday, although state schools would remain closed for an extra day. (Photo by RONALDO SCHEMIDT / AFP)

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