Caracas, Venezuela - April 20, 2017
1. Various of protesters holding banners, marching
2. Various of police dispersing protesters with tear gas
3. Various of protesters wearing gas masks
4. Police dispersing protesters with tear gas
6. Various of clashes between protesters, police
7. Various of protesters
8. Various of elderly man receiving oxygen
9. Various of medical staff spraying water onto protesters' face
10. Various of protesters, police
11. Various of tear gas, protesters
Hundreds of anti-government protesters on Thursday faced off with Venezuelan security forces across Caracas amid a new wave of anti-government protests that have resulted in three deaths and dozens of injuries.
Violence marked the second day of unrest in the Venezuelan capital.
Demonstrators gathered on Thursday at 26 points around the capital to try to push towards the Ombudsman's Office to ask the head of the office to support the opposition-controlled Parliament's initiative to remove seven Supreme Court justices.
Lawmakers accuse the seven justices of staging a "coup d'etat" against the country's Constitution.
Contingents from the Bolivarian National Guard (Venezuela's militarized police) and the Bolivarian National Police dispersed the marchers with tear gas and rubber bullets.
There were clashes at numerous points throughout the city, including along the Francisco Fajardo Highway, the metro area's main traffic route.