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ELEVEN OF THESE DEATHS WERE EXTRAJUDICIAL EXECUTIONS, SAID ERIKA GUEVARA, AMERICAS DIRECTOR FOR AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL, WHO PRESENTED THE REPORT IN MEXICO CITY.

IT CALLED ON THE UN HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL AND INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT TO INVESTIGATE.

"Eleven of these deaths were extrajudicial executions," said Erika Guevara, Americas director for Amnesty International, who presented the report in Mexico City.
Amnesty International said Tuesday it believes the Venezuelan authorities have committed crimes against humanity in their crackdown on anti-government protests, and urged the International Criminal Court to investigate.

Amnesty International said Tuesday it believes the Venezuelan authorities have committed crimes against humanity in their crackdown on anti-government protests, and urged the International Criminal Court to investigate. The...

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