The "mother of all marches" in Venezuela led to two people being shot and killed by police and pro-government militias on Wednesday.
Tens of thousands of protesters hit the streets to oppose the regime of President Nicolas Maduro after the nation's Supreme Court stripped power from the opposition-controlled congress. That move was later undone, but citizens' anger did not subside.
Police responded with tear gas and rubber bullets. The death toll for the protests is now at seven.