CARACAS (Reuters) - Two workers were shot and killed during clashes as police broke up a protest at a Venezuelan automobile assembly factory in one of the worst incidents of labor violence in the OPEC nation in years. Authorities immediately suspended police involved in the operation that dispersed workers who had blocked entrances for two weeks at the MMC company's plant, the local governor told state television Friday. Protests in disputes over pay at private companies are common in ...
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