Venezuela rivals plan talks to end crisis

Proposed dialogue between government and opposition aims to end two months of violent protests.

    Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and members of the opposition will hold a dialogue to end months of violent clashes between protesters and security forces.

    The talks will be attended by a member of the Vatican and a representative of the South American Union of Nations.

    However, as Al Jazeera's Mariana Sanchez reports from Caracas, not all in the Venezuelan opposition are happy to negotiate an end to the crisis, with student activists boycotting the meeting.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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