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Pics shows: Other lootings in the area; Desperate scenes of starving villagers in Venezuela chasing and stoning to death a cow have gone viral after a politician shared the footage to highlight President Maduro???s economic failures. Opposition congressman Carlos Paparoni posted the video on social media to show the desperation that many Venezuelans are feeling in the face of scarcity and controversial government policies. The farm animal's slaughter occurred at the Hacienda Miraflores in the fishing village of Palmarito in Merida during a day of civil unrest and looting that left four people dead and 10 injured in the state. In the video, dozens of men shout "we are hungry" and "people are suffering" as they surround the cow in the field, throwing stones and beating it with a stick. When the animal finally falls to the ground, more villagers gather around. According to local media, dozens of cows were killed by the crowds at several different ranches. "This is not the way. These actions will destroy our national production more quickly and bring more hunger and scarcity," said Paparoni. Calm soon returned to the troubled areas, which were rocked by the scenes of looting in recent days. "People went down to a centre which stored food and gas bottles and caused damage and stole flour, rice, oil and gas," said Zuley Urdaneta, a veterinarian and farmer from the village of Tucani who also said that a government supermarket was looted. Venezuela is going through an acute economic crisis, characterised by a severe shortage of food and medicine and hyperinflation of more than 2,000 per cent.
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Pics shows: People gathered around the cow; Desperate scenes of starving villagers in Venezuela chasing and stoning to death a cow have gone viral after a politician shared the footage to highlight President Maduro???s economic failures. Opposition congressman Carlos Paparoni posted the video on social media to show the desperation that many Venezuelans are feeling in the face of scarcity and controversial government policies. The farm animal's slaughter occurred at the Hacienda Miraflores in the fishing village of Palmarito in Merida during a day of civil unrest and looting that left four people dead and 10 injured in the state. In the video, dozens of men shout "we are hungry" and "people are suffering" as they surround the cow in the field, throwing stones and beating it with a stick. When the animal finally falls to the ground, more villagers gather around. According to local media, dozens of cows were killed by the crowds at several different ranches. "This is not the way. These actions will destroy our national production more quickly and bring more hunger and scarcity," said Paparoni. Calm soon returned to the troubled areas, which were rocked by the scenes of looting in recent days. "People went down to a centre which stored food and gas bottles and caused damage and stole flour, rice, oil and gas," said Zuley Urdaneta, a veterinarian and farmer from the village of Tucani who also said that a government supermarket was looted. Venezuela is going through an acute economic crisis, characterised by a severe shortage of food and medicine and hyperinflation of more than 2,000 per cent.
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Pics shows: People taking parts of the cow due to lack of food; Desperate scenes of starving villagers in Venezuela chasing and stoning to death a cow have gone viral after a politician shared the footage to highlight President Maduro???s economic failures. Opposition congressman Carlos Paparoni posted the video on social media to show the desperation that many Venezuelans are feeling in the face of scarcity and controversial government policies. The farm animal's slaughter occurred at the Hacienda Miraflores in the fishing village of Palmarito in Merida during a day of civil unrest and looting that left four people dead and 10 injured in the state. In the video, dozens of men shout "we are hungry" and "people are suffering" as they surround the cow in the field, throwing stones and beating it with a stick. When the animal finally falls to the ground, more villagers gather around. According to local media, dozens of cows were killed by the crowds at several different ranches. "This is not the way. These actions will destroy our national production more quickly and bring more hunger and scarcity," said Paparoni. Calm soon returned to the troubled areas, which were rocked by the scenes of looting in recent days. "People went down to a centre which stored food and gas bottles and caused damage and stole flour, rice, oil and gas," said Zuley Urdaneta, a veterinarian and farmer from the village of Tucani who also said that a government supermarket was looted. Venezuela is going through an acute economic crisis, characterised by a severe shortage of food and medicine and hyperinflation of more than 2,000 per cent.
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Pics shows: People throwing stones at the cow; Desperate scenes of starving villagers in Venezuela chasing and stoning to death a cow have gone viral after a politician shared the footage to highlight President Maduro???s economic failures. Opposition congressman Carlos Paparoni posted the video on social media to show the desperation that many Venezuelans are feeling in the face of scarcity and controversial government policies. The farm animal's slaughter occurred at the Hacienda Miraflores in the fishing village of Palmarito in Merida during a day of civil unrest and looting that left four people dead and 10 injured in the state. In the video, dozens of men shout "we are hungry" and "people are suffering" as they surround the cow in the field, throwing stones and beating it with a stick. When the animal finally falls to the ground, more villagers gather around. According to local media, dozens of cows were killed by the crowds at several different ranches. "This is not the way. These actions will destroy our national production more quickly and bring more hunger and scarcity," said Paparoni. Calm soon returned to the troubled areas, which were rocked by the scenes of looting in recent days. "People went down to a centre which stored food and gas bottles and caused damage and stole flour, rice, oil and gas," said Zuley Urdaneta, a veterinarian and farmer from the village of Tucani who also said that a government supermarket was looted. Venezuela is going through an acute economic crisis, characterised by a severe shortage of food and medicine and hyperinflation of more than 2,000 per cent.
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Pics shows: People throwing stones at the cow; Desperate scenes of starving villagers in Venezuela chasing and stoning to death a cow have gone viral after a politician shared the footage to highlight President Maduro???s economic failures. Opposition congressman Carlos Paparoni posted the video on social media to show the desperation that many Venezuelans are feeling in the face of scarcity and controversial government policies. The farm animal's slaughter occurred at the Hacienda Miraflores in the fishing village of Palmarito in Merida during a day of civil unrest and looting that left four people dead and 10 injured in the state. In the video, dozens of men shout "we are hungry" and "people are suffering" as they surround the cow in the field, throwing stones and beating it with a stick. When the animal finally falls to the ground, more villagers gather around. According to local media, dozens of cows were killed by the crowds at several different ranches. "This is not the way. These actions will destroy our national production more quickly and bring more hunger and scarcity," said Paparoni. Calm soon returned to the troubled areas, which were rocked by the scenes of looting in recent days. "People went down to a centre which stored food and gas bottles and caused damage and stole flour, rice, oil and gas," said Zuley Urdaneta, a veterinarian and farmer from the village of Tucani who also said that a government supermarket was looted. Venezuela is going through an acute economic crisis, characterised by a severe shortage of food and medicine and hyperinflation of more than 2,000 per cent.
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Pics shows: People throwing stones at the cow; Desperate scenes of starving villagers in Venezuela chasing and stoning to death a cow have gone viral after a politician shared the footage to highlight President Maduro???s economic failures. Opposition congressman Carlos Paparoni posted the video on social media to show the desperation that many Venezuelans are feeling in the face of scarcity and controversial government policies. The farm animal's slaughter occurred at the Hacienda Miraflores in the fishing village of Palmarito in Merida during a day of civil unrest and looting that left four people dead and 10 injured in the state. In the video, dozens of men shout "we are hungry" and "people are suffering" as they surround the cow in the field, throwing stones and beating it with a stick. When the animal finally falls to the ground, more villagers gather around. According to local media, dozens of cows were killed by the crowds at several different ranches. "This is not the way. These actions will destroy our national production more quickly and bring more hunger and scarcity," said Paparoni. Calm soon returned to the troubled areas, which were rocked by the scenes of looting in recent days. "People went down to a centre which stored food and gas bottles and caused damage and stole flour, rice, oil and gas," said Zuley Urdaneta, a veterinarian and farmer from the village of Tucani who also said that a government supermarket was looted. Venezuela is going through an acute economic crisis, characterised by a severe shortage of food and medicine and hyperinflation of more than 2,000 per cent.
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