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In photos: A fiery explosion on Sunday engulfed Venezuelan National Guard police on motor bikes.

Seven police were injured after this explosion near a street protest against Constituent Assembly elections in Venezuela. Election day was marked by violent protests and low turnout.

Por: Univision
Publicado: 30 Jul | 10:41 PM EDT
Siete policías resultaron heridos cuando fueron alcanzados por una explo...
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The Venezuelan Prosecutor's Office confirmed that seven agents of the Bolivarian National Police were injured after being hit by an explosion. Foto: Miguel Gutiérrez / EFE | Univision
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La detonación se produjo al paso de una columna de policías motorizados...
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The detonation occurred as police on motorbikes were passing, causing scenes of panic among nearby protesters. Foto: Carlos Garcia Rawlins/ Reuters | Univision
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La explosión ocurrió en la plaza de Altamira de Caracas, uno de los prin...
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The explosion occurred in Plaza Altamira, one of the main gathering places of opposition protests. Foto: Carlos Garcia Rawlins / Reuters | Univision
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El resto de agentes que integraban la comitiva de la Policía -que desde...
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It is unknown what cthe explosion which appeared to target a police patrol. Foto: Carlos Garcia Rawlins / Reuters | Univision
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In photos: A fiery explosion on Sunday engulfed Venezuelan National Guar...
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Members of the police patrol got off the bikes to help their comrades and fired shotgun pellets and tear gas to keep journalists away. Foto: Leo Ramírez/AFP/Getty Images | Univision
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In photos: A fiery explosion on Sunday engulfed Venezuelan National Guar...
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Members of the police patrol got off the bikes to help their comrades and fired shotgun pellets and tear gas to keep journalists away. Foto: Leo Ramírez/AFP/Getty Images | Univision
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Minutos después, parte de esos manifestantes -jóvenes con la cara tapada...
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Minutes later, some of the protesters their faces covered with cloths and tear gas masks - clashed with police near the highway. Foto: Carlos Garcia Rawlins / Reuters | Univision