In the second month of almost daily protests against Venezuela’s socialist government, thousands of opposition supporters marched towards the center of the capital Caracas Tuesday, only to be tear-gassed.  Even opposition leader Henrique Capriles was gassed and had to be helped from the scene.  Venezuelan citizens have grown desperate amid shortages of basic necessities. One elderly woman who was tear gassed said, “I am sick, I have been searching for the medicine that I

can’t find, but the police are upset because people want to gather on a street corner to protest.” At least 62 people have been killed in the two-month-long confrontation and another 1,100 people have been injured. Thousands of young demonstrators, calling themselves “The Resistance” have been on the streets fighting for democracy, willing to do “whatever it takes” to win the fight against the dictatorship of President Nicolás Maduro. READ MORE