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Soldiers prepare to evacuate unidentified injured victims during an uprising at Centro Occidental (Uribana) prison in Barquisimeto in this picture provided by Diario el Informador newspaper January 25, 2013. REUTERS/Diario el Informador

Soldiers prepare to evacuate unidentified injured victims during an uprising at Centro Occidental (Uribana) prison in Barquisimeto in this picture provided by Diario el Informador newspaper January 25, 2013. REUTERS/Diario el Informador

Soldiers prepare to evacuate unidentified injured victims during an uprising at Centro Occidental (Uribana) prison in Barquisimeto in this picture provided by Diario el Informador newspaper January 25, 2013. REUTERS/Diario el Informador
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Relatives of inmates react during an uprising outside the Centro Occidental (Uribana) prison in Barquisimeto in this picture provided by Diario el Informador newspaper January 25, 2013. REUTERS/Diario el Informador

Relatives of inmates react during an uprising outside the Centro Occidental (Uribana) prison in Barquisimeto in this picture provided by Diario el Informador newspaper January 25, 2013. REUTERS/Diario el Informador

Relatives of inmates react during an uprising outside the Centro Occidental (Uribana) prison in Barquisimeto in this picture provided by Diario el Informador newspaper January 25, 2013. REUTERS/Diario el Informador
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