A throng of protesters demanding food made a run for the Venezuelan presidential palace Thursday in a rare, apparently spontaneous outburst of anger at the socialist administration within the heart of Caracas.
More than 100 people charged down the main thoroughfare in central Caracas chanting “No more talk. We want food.” They got within about a half dozen blocks of the palace before police in riot gear headed them off and began firing tear gas.
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Police pushed the crowd back as some demonstrators kicked their plastic shields while more officers ran to the scene and filled in the streets between the protesters and the palace.
Onlookers leaned out of windows banging pots and yelling insults at the police.