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Ante la mirada del Papa, venezolanos alzan cruces con los nombres de asesinados en protestas (FOTOS)

 

Los fieles de Venezuela protestaron este domingo en la Plaza San Pedro del Vaticano. Decenas de venezolanos alzaron  cruces con los nombres de los asesinados durante las protestas en Venezuela, mientras el papa Francisco se asomó al balcón desde donde todos los domingos dirige la oración de Regina Coelli.

Fotos Reuters, AFP y EFE

 

The faithful from Venezuela hold crosses with names of people who died during protests in Venezuela, before the Regina Coeli prayer led by Pope Francis in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican May 7, 2017. REUTERSMax Rossi
May 7, 2017. REUTERSMax Rossi
The faithful from Venezuela hold crosses with names of people who died during protests in Venezuela, before the Regina Coeli prayer led by Pope Francis in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican May 7, 2017. REUTERSMax Rossi
May 7, 2017. REUTERSMax Rossi
The faithful from Venezuela hold crosses with names of people who died during protests in Venezuela, before the Regina Coeli prayer led by Pope Francis in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican May 7, 2017. REUTERSMax Rossi
REUTERSMax Rossi
The faithful from Venezuela hold crosses with names of people who died during protests in Venezuela, before the Regina Coeli prayer led by Pope Francis in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican May 7, 2017. REUTERSMax Rossi
REUTERSMax Rossi
The faithful from Venezuela hold crosses with names of people who died during protests in Venezuela, before the Regina Coeli prayer led by Pope Francis in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican May 7, 2017. REUTERSMax Rossi
REUTERSMax Rossi
The faithful from Venezuela hold crosses with names of people who died during protests in Venezuela, before the Regina Coeli prayer led by Pope Francis in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican May 7, 2017. REUTERSMax Rossi
REUTERSMax Rossi
The faithful from Venezuela hold crosses with names of people who died during protests in Venezuela, before the Regina Coeli prayer led by Pope Francis in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican May 7, 2017. REUTERSMax Rossi
REUTERSMax Rossi

 

Members of the Venezuelian community hold black crosses with names of victims of clashes with police during protests against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro, on May 7, 2017 at St Peter's square before the Regina Coeli prayer of Pope Francis in Vatican. Pope Francis last week made a heartfelt appeal for "negotiated solutions" to end the violence in crisis-torn Venezuela for the sake of an "exhausted population". The death toll since April -- when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition -- is at least 36, according to prosecutors, with hundreds more injured. / AFP PHOTO / TIZIANA FABI
AFP PHOTO / TIZIANA FABI
Members of the Venezuelian community hold black crosses with names of victims of clashes with police during protests against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro, on May 7, 2017 at St Peter's square before the Regina Coeli prayer of Pope Francis in Vatican. Pope Francis last week made a heartfelt appeal for "negotiated solutions" to end the violence in crisis-torn Venezuela for the sake of an "exhausted population". The death toll since April -- when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition -- is at least 36, according to prosecutors, with hundreds more injured. / AFP PHOTO / TIZIANA FABI
AFP PHOTO / TIZIANA FABI
Members of the Venezuelian community hold black crosses with names of victims of clashes with police during protests against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro, on May 7, 2017 at St Peter's square before the Regina Coeli prayer of Pope Francis in Vatican. Pope Francis last week made a heartfelt appeal for "negotiated solutions" to end the violence in crisis-torn Venezuela for the sake of an "exhausted population". The death toll since April -- when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition -- is at least 36, according to prosecutors, with hundreds more injured. / AFP PHOTO / TIZIANA FABI
 AFP PHOTO / TIZIANA FABI
Members of the Venezuelian community hold black crosses with names of victims of clashes with police during protests against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro, on May 7, 2017 at St Peter's square before the Regina Coeli prayer of Pope Francis in Vatican. Pope Francis last week made a heartfelt appeal for "negotiated solutions" to end the violence in crisis-torn Venezuela for the sake of an "exhausted population". The death toll since April -- when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition -- is at least 36, according to prosecutors, with hundreds more injured. / AFP PHOTO / TIZIANA FABI
AFP PHOTO / TIZIANA FABI
Members of the Venezuelian community hold black crosses with names of victims of clashes during protests against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro, on May 7, 2017 at St Peter's square as Pope Francis stands at the window of the apostolic palace during the Regina Coeli prayer in Vatican. Pope Francis last week made a heartfelt appeal for "negotiated solutions" to end the violence in crisis-torn Venezuela for the sake of an "exhausted population". The death toll since April -- when the protests intensified after Maduro's administration and the courts stepped up efforts to undermine the opposition -- is at least 36, according to prosecutors, with hundreds more injured. / AFP PHOTO / TIZIANA FABI
/ AFP PHOTO / TIZIANA FABI
Vatican City (Vatican City State (holy See)), 07/05/2017.- Demonstrators with black crosses adorned with Venezuela flags and with the names of those killed in weeks of violent demonstrations calling on Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro to step down, stage a demonstration in St. Peter's Square prior to the start of Pope Francis Regian Coeli noon prayer, at the Vatican, 07 May, 2017. (Protestas, Papa) EFE/EPA/Massimo Percossi
(Protestas, Papa) EFE/EPA/Massimo Percossi
Vatican City (Vatican City State (holy See)), 07/05/2017.- Demonstrators with black crosses adorned with Venezuela flags and with the names of those killed in weeks of violent demonstrations calling on Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro to step down, stage a demonstration in St. Peter's Square prior to the start of Pope Francis Regian Coeli noon prayer, at the Vatican, 07 May, 2017. (Protestas, Papa) EFE/EPA/Massimo Percossi
EFE/EPA/Massimo Percossi
Vatican City (Vatican City State (holy See)), 07/05/2017.- Demonstrators with black crosses adorned with Venezuela flags and with the names of those killed in weeks of violent demonstrations calling on Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro to step down, stage a demonstration in St. Peter's Square prior to the start of Pope Francis Regian Coeli noon prayer, at the Vatican, 07 May, 2017. (Protestas, Papa) EFE/EPA/Massimo Percossi
EFE/EPA/Massimo Percossi
PER104. Vatican City (Vatican City State (holy See)), 07/05/2017.- Demonstrators with black crosses adorned with Venezuela flags and with the names of those killed in weeks of violent demonstrations calling on Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro to step down, stage a demonstration in St. Peter's Square prior to the start of Pope Francis Regina Coeli noon prayer, at the Vatican, 07 May 2017. (Protestas, Papa) EFE/EPA/Massimo Percossi
EFE/EPA/Massimo Percossi
PER105. Vatican City (Vatican City State (holy See)), 07/05/2017.- Demonstrators with black crosses adorned with Venezuela flags and with the names of those killed in weeks of violent demonstrations calling on Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro to step down, stage a demonstration in St. Peter's Square during Pope Francis' Regina Coeli noon prayer, at the Vatican, 07 May 2017. (Protestas, Papa) EFE/EPA/Massimo Percossi
EFE/EPA/Massimo Percossi