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Problemy z wodą i prądem w Wenezueli (80)

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TOPSHOT - Locals line up to replace empty propane gas drums in Las Minas de Baruta neighborhood, Caracas, Venezuela, on March 14, 2019. - Venezuela's public employees were called to return to work Thursday after the government ended a nearly week-long hiatus caused by an unprecedented nationwide blackout that deepened widespread anger against President Nicolas Maduro. Communications Minister Jorge Rodriguez said in an address on state television Wednesday that Maduro decided the public sector would resume work on Thursday, although state schools would remain closed for an extra day. (Photo by RONALDO SCHEMIDT / AFP)
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A man sits beside rows of pails as he waits for water trucks return to their area after several days without water in Mandaluyong, metropolitan Manila, Philippines on Thursday, March 14, 2019. Aside from the daily line of residents waiting for water rations from trucks, many businesses like laundry shops, carwash and water purifying stations in some parts of metropolitan Manila have been affected by a water shortage from the Manila Water Company due to low levels at the La Mesa dam and the onset of El Nino which causes below normal rainfall conditions. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila), APTOPIX
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TOPSHOT - A man push a cart with coolers as Bolivarian National policemen are deployed to a subway station in Caracas, Venezuela on March 14, 2019. - Venezuela's public employees were called to return to work Thursday after the government ended a nearly week-long hiatus caused by an unprecedented nationwide blackout that deepened widespread anger against President Nicolas Maduro. Communications Minister Jorge Rodriguez said in an address on state television Wednesday that Maduro decided the public sector would resume work on Thursday, although state schools would remain closed for an extra day. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A man waits to get some food at a garbage dump in Las Minas de Baruta neighborhood, Caracas, Venezuela, on March 14, 2019. - Venezuela's public employees were called to return to work Thursday after the government ended a nearly week-long hiatus caused by an unprecedented nationwide blackout that deepened widespread anger against President Nicolas Maduro. Communications Minister Jorge Rodriguez said in an address on state television Wednesday that Maduro decided the public sector would resume work on Thursday, although state schools would remain closed for an extra day. (Photo by RONALDO SCHEMIDT / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A man fills containers with water flowing down from the Wuaraira Repano mountain, also called "El Avila", in Caracas on March 13, 2019. - The blackout has left millions without running water. Many people lined up to buy bottled water in Caracas supermarkets, but most are reduced to desperate means -- besieging fountains in public parks and any available water sources around the capital. Marshalled by security forces, crowds formed impatient lines at water trucks in some areas, as they waited to fill containers. But tensions were running high amid the shortages. (Photo by FEDERICO PARRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - People fill drums with water from a stream at the Wuaraira Repano mountain, also called "El Avila", in Caracas on March 13, 2019. - The blackout has left millions without running water. Many people lined up to buy bottled water in Caracas supermarkets, but most are reduced to desperate means -- besieging fountains in public parks and any available water sources around the capital. Marshalled by security forces, crowds formed impatient lines at water trucks in some areas, as they waited to fill containers. But tensions were running high amid the shortages. (Photo by FEDERICO PARRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A man fills containers with water flowing down from the Wuaraira Repano mountain, also called "El Avila", in Caracas on March 13, 2019. - The blackout has left millions without running water. Many people lined up to buy bottled water in Caracas supermarkets, but most are reduced to desperate means -- besieging fountains in public parks and any available water sources around the capital. Marshalled by security forces, crowds formed impatient lines at water trucks in some areas, as they waited to fill containers. But tensions were running high amid the shortages. (Photo by FEDERICO PARRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A man fills containers with water flowing down from the Wuaraira Repano mountain, also called "El Avila", in Caracas on March 13, 2019. - The blackout has left millions without running water. Many people lined up to buy bottled water in Caracas supermarkets, but most are reduced to desperate means -- besieging fountains in public parks and any available water sources around the capital. Marshalled by security forces, crowds formed impatient lines at water trucks in some areas, as they waited to fill containers. But tensions were running high amid the shortages. (Photo by FEDERICO PARRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A man carries a drum with water he collected from a stream at the Wuaraira Repano mountain, also called "El Avila", in Caracas on March 13, 2019. - The blackout has left millions without running water. Many people lined up to buy bottled water in Caracas supermarkets, but most are reduced to desperate means -- besieging fountains in public parks and any available water sources around the capital. Marshalled by security forces, crowds formed impatient lines at water trucks in some areas, as they waited to fill containers. But tensions were running high amid the shortages. (Photo by Federico Parra / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - People line up with drums to collect water flowing down from the Wuaraira Repano mountain, also called "El Avila", in Caracas on March 13, 2019. - The blackout has left millions without running water. Many people lined up to buy bottled water in Caracas supermarkets, but most are reduced to desperate means -- besieging fountains in public parks and any available water sources around the capital. Marshalled by security forces, crowds formed impatient lines at water trucks in some areas, as they waited to fill containers. But tensions were running high amid the shortages. (Photo by Federico Parra / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A man bathes in a stream at the Wuaraira Repano mountain, also called "El Avila", in Caracas on March 13, 2019. - The blackout has left millions without running water. Many people lined up to buy bottled water in Caracas supermarkets, but most are reduced to desperate means -- besieging fountains in public parks and any available water sources around the capital. Marshalled by security forces, crowds formed impatient lines at water trucks in some areas, as they waited to fill containers. But tensions were running high amid the shortages. (Photo by FEDERICO PARRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - General view inside a wholesale supermarkert looted during the massive blackout that has paralyzed Venezuela for six days, in Maracaibo, in the border state of Zulia on March 13, 2019. - More than 500 shops were plundered in the oil tanker Zulia state (northwest). Although Caracas and the states of Miranda and Vargas -- home to the country's international airport and main port -- had intermittent power, the western states of Barinas, Tachira and Zulia remained without electricity. (Photo by JUAN BARRETO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A man fills a tank truck with potable water to be distributed in hospitals and neighbourhoods by the government of President Nicolas Maduro, after a massive power cut aggravated water shortages in Caracas, on March 13, 2019. - The blackout has left millions without running water. Many people lined up to buy bottled water in Caracas supermarkets, but most are reduced to desperate means -- besieging fountains in public parks and any available water sources around the capital. Marshalled by security forces, crowds formed impatient lines at water trucks in some areas, as they waited to fill containers. But tensions were running high amid the shortages. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Residents fill drums with drinking water from a tanker truck in Caracas on March 12, 2019. - European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini warned Tuesday that military action in Venezuela would be unacceptable and that a solution to the crisis should not be "imposed from outside," putting the United States on notice. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)
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People cross the Tachira River into Colombia near the Simon Bolivar International bridge, which Venezuelan authorities only open to students and the sick, in Cucuta, Colombia, Tuesday, March 12, 2019, on the border with Venezuela. People crossing the river are using makeshift bridges as the water level grows with the approaching rainy season. (AP Photo/Schneyder Mendoza), APTOPIX
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TOPSHOT - Opponents to the government of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro with a Venezuelan national flag block a street as they demonstrate in Caracas on March 12, 2019. - Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido on Monday called for a new mass demonstration as a devastating blackout that has left millions without power entered its fifth day and the US said it is withdrawing its remaining diplomatic personnel from Caracas. (Photo by RONALDO SCHEMIDT / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Opponents to the government of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro demonstrate in Caracas on March 12, 2019, in the fifth day of a crippling power blackout. - Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido on Monday called for a new mass demonstration as a devastating blackout that has left millions without power entered its fifth day and the US said it is withdrawing its remaining diplomatic personnel from Caracas. (Photo by Federico Parra / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A woman films with her mobile phone as Venezuelan opposition leader and self-proclaimed acting president Juan Guaido speaks during a protest in the fifth day of a crippling power blackout, in Caracas on March 12, 2019. - Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido on Monday called for a new mass demonstration as a devastating blackout that has left millions without power entered its fifth day and the US said it is withdrawing its remaining diplomatic personnel from Caracas. (Photo by FEDERICO PARRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - An opponent to the government of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro takes part in a protest in Caracas on March 12, 2019, in the fifth day of a crippling power blackout. - Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido on Monday called for a new mass demonstration as a devastating blackout that has left millions without power entered its fifth day and the US said it is withdrawing its remaining diplomatic personnel from Caracas. (Photo by RONALDO SCHEMIDT / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Venezuelan opposition leader and self-proclaimed acting president Juan Guaido speaks to supporters in a protest in Caracas on March 12, 2019, in the fifth day of a crippling power blackout. - Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido on Monday called for a new mass demonstration as a devastating blackout that has left millions without power entered its fifth day and the US said it is withdrawing its remaining diplomatic personnel from Caracas. (Photo by Federico Parra / AFP)
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A little girl stands inside a plastic barrel while her family waits to collect water from an open pipe above the Guaire River, during rolling blackouts which affect the water pumps in people's homes, offices and stores, in Caracas, Venezuela, Monday, March 11, 2019. The blackout has intensified the toxic political climate, with opposition leader Juan Guaido blaming alleged government corruption and mismanagement and President Nicolas Maduro accusing his U.S.-backed adversary of sabotaging the national grid. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos), APTOPIX
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TOPSHOT - Partial view of the neighborhood Petare hill -where electric power has been restored- on March 10, 2019, during the third day of a massive power outage which has left the capital and much of the country without communications, water and electricity. - The unprecedented power outage threatens to extend indefinitely, increasing distress for the severe political and economic crisis hitting the oil-rich South American nation. (Photo by Juan BARRETO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Peeple collect water from a sewage canal at the river Guaire in Caracas on March 11, 2019, as a massive power outage continues affecting some areas of the country. - Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido will ask lawmakers on Monday to declare a "state of alarm" over the country's devastating blackout in order to facilitate the delivery of international aid -- a chance to score points in his power struggle with President Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by JUAN BARRETO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - People collect water from a sewage canal at the river Guaire in Caracas on March 11, 2019, as a massive power outage continues affecting some areas of the country. - Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido will ask lawmakers on Monday to declare a "state of alarm" over the country's devastating blackout in order to facilitate the delivery of international aid -- a chance to score points in his power struggle with President Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by JUAN BARRETO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - People collect water from a sewage canal at the river Guaire in Caracas on March 11, 2019, as a massive power outage continues affecting some areas of the country. - Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido will ask lawmakers on Monday to declare a "state of alarm" over the country's devastating blackout in order to facilitate the delivery of international aid -- a chance to score points in his power struggle with President Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by JUAN BARRETO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - People collect water from a sewage canal at the river Guaire in Caracas on March 11, 2019, as a massive power outage continues affecting some areas of the country. - Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido will ask lawmakers on Monday to declare a "state of alarm" over the country's devastating blackout in order to facilitate the delivery of international aid -- a chance to score points in his power struggle with President Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by JUAN BARRETO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Members of the Bolivarian National Police help organize the distribution of drinking water to residents of San Agustin neighbourhood in Caracas on March 11, 2019, while a massive power outage continues affecting parts of the country. - A massive power cut late on Thursday afternoon plunged almost the entire country into darkness and while services had resumed intermittently in some areas on Saturday, others remain without electricity. Venezuela regularly suffers from partial outages but Thursday's was one of the worst and longest in recent memory and paralyzed most of the country. It caused chaos with public services such as water and transport also grinding to a halt, while hospitals were left without power. (Photo by Yuri CORTEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - People collect water from a sewage canal at the river Guaire in Caracas on March 11, 2019, as a massive power outage continues affecting some areas of the country. - Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido will ask lawmakers on Monday to declare a "state of alarm" over the country's devastating blackout in order to facilitate the delivery of international aid -- a chance to score points in his power struggle with President Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Cristian HERNANDEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Members of the Boliviarian Guard arrive to prevent people from collecting water from a sewage canal at the river Guaire in Caracas on March 11, 2019, as a massive power outage continues affecting some areas of the country. - Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido will ask lawmakers on Monday to declare a "state of alarm" over the country's devastating blackout in order to facilitate the delivery of international aid -- a chance to score points in his power struggle with President Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Cristian HERNANDEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Handout photo released by Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido's photography service showing a fire at a state owned electricty company Corpoelec power substation in Caracas, following undetermined explosions early on March 11, 2019, as a massive power outage continues affecting some areas of the country. - Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido will ask lawmakers on Monday to declare a "state of alarm" over the country's devastating blackout in order to facilitate the delivery of international aid -- a chance to score points in his power struggle with President Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by HO / Juan Guaido's Photography service / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / " - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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Poeple collect water from a sewage canal at the river Guaire in Caracas on March 11, 2019, as a massive power outage continues affecting some areas of the country. - Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido will ask lawmakers on Monday to declare a "state of alarm" over the country's devastating blackout in order to facilitate the delivery of international aid -- a chance to score points in his power struggle with President Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by JUAN BARRETO / AFP)
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People collect water from a sewage canal at the river Guaire in Caracas on March 11, 2019, as a massive power outage continues affecting some areas of the country. - Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido will ask lawmakers on Monday to declare a "state of alarm" over the country's devastating blackout in order to facilitate the delivery of international aid -- a chance to score points in his power struggle with President Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Cristian HERNANDEZ / AFP)
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5813755 11.03.2019 People fill bottles with water coming from Avila mountain in Caracas, Venezuela. An alleged cyber attack crashed the major Venezuelan Guri hydroelectric power plant on March 7, which led to blackout and water supply problems across the whole country. Eva Marie Uzcategui / Sputnik
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5813758 11.03.2019 A woman fills a container with water coming from Avila mountain in Caracas, Venezuela. An alleged cyber attack crashed the major Venezuelan Guri hydroelectric power plant on March 7, which led to blackout and water supply problems across the whole country. Eva Marie Uzcategui / Sputnik
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5813759 11.03.2019 A woman fills a tank with water coming from Avila mountain in Caracas, Venezuela. An alleged cyber attack crashed the major Venezuelan Guri hydroelectric power plant on March 7, which led to blackout and water supply problems across the whole country. Eva Marie Uzcategui / Sputnik
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5813830 11.03.2019 Workers from Corpoelec electricity company work during the blackout in Caracas, Venezuela. An alleged cyber attack crashed the major Venezuelan Guri hydroelectric power plant on March 7, which led to blackout and water supply problems across the whole country. Eva Marie Uzcategui / Sputnik
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5813826 11.03.2019 A woman walks with tanks and bottles with water in Caracas, Venezuela. An alleged cyber attack crashed the major Venezuelan Guri hydroelectric power plant on March 7, which led to blackout and water supply problems across the whole country. Eva Marie Uzcategui / Sputnik
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5813831 11.03.2019 Workers from Corpoelec electricity company work during the blackout in Caracas, Venezuela. An alleged cyber attack crashed the major Venezuelan Guri hydroelectric power plant on March 7, which led to blackout and water supply problems across the whole country. Eva Marie Uzcategui / Sputnik
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5813829 11.03.2019 Workers from Corpoelec electricity company work during the blackout in Caracas, Venezuela. An alleged cyber attack crashed the major Venezuelan Guri hydroelectric power plant on March 7, which led to blackout and water supply problems across the whole country. Eva Marie Uzcategui / Sputnik
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5813828 11.03.2019 A burnt electrical substation after a massive blackout is pictured in Caracas, Venezuela. An alleged cyber attack crashed the major Venezuelan Guri hydroelectric power plant on March 7, which led to blackout and water supply problems across the whole country. Eva Marie Uzcategui / Sputnik
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5813827 11.03.2019 Tanks with water from a water truck are pictured in Caracas, Venezuela. An alleged cyber attack crashed the major Venezuelan Guri hydroelectric power plant on March 7, which led to blackout and water supply problems across the whole country. Eva Marie Uzcategui / Sputnik
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5813821 11.03.2019 People line up as they wait to fill their tanks with water coming from a water truck in Caracas, Venezuela. An alleged cyber attack crashed the major Venezuelan Guri hydroelectric power plant on March 7, which led to blackout and water supply problems across the whole country. Eva Marie Uzcategui / Sputnik
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5813819 11.03.2019 People fill tanks with water coming from a water truck in Caracas, Venezuela. An alleged cyber attack crashed the major Venezuelan Guri hydroelectric power plant on March 7, which led to blackout and water supply problems across the whole country. Eva Marie Uzcategui / Sputnik
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5813820 11.03.2019 People fill tanks with water coming from a water truck in Caracas, Venezuela. An alleged cyber attack crashed the major Venezuelan Guri hydroelectric power plant on March 7, which led to blackout and water supply problems across the whole country. Eva Marie Uzcategui / Sputnik
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5813818 11.03.2019 A girl washes herself in Avila mountain in Caracas, Venezuela. An alleged cyber attack crashed the major Venezuelan Guri hydroelectric power plant on March 7, which led to blackout and water supply problems across the whole country. Eva Marie Uzcategui / Sputnik
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5813817 11.03.2019 Tanks are lined up as people wait to fill them with water coming from Avila mountain in Caracas, Venezuela. An alleged cyber attack crashed the major Venezuelan Guri hydroelectric power plant on March 7, which led to blackout and water supply problems across the whole country. Eva Marie Uzcategui / Sputnik
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5813812 11.03.2019 People line up to fill their bottles with water coming from Avila mountain in Caracas, Venezuela. An alleged cyber attack crashed the major Venezuelan Guri hydroelectric power plant on March 7, which led to blackout and water supply problems across the whole country. Eva Marie Uzcategui / Sputnik
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5813802 11.03.2019 People carry bottles to fill them with water coming from Avila mountain in Caracas, Venezuela. An alleged cyber attack crashed the major Venezuelan Guri hydroelectric power plant on March 7, which led to blackout and water supply problems across the whole country. Eva Marie Uzcategui / Sputnik
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5813803 11.03.2019 People fill bottles with water coming from Avila mountain in Caracas, Venezuela. An alleged cyber attack crashed the major Venezuelan Guri hydroelectric power plant on March 7, which led to blackout and water supply problems across the whole country. Eva Marie Uzcategui / Sputnik
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5813799 11.03.2019 People carry bottles to fill them with water coming from Avila mountain in Caracas, Venezuela. An alleged cyber attack crashed the major Venezuelan Guri hydroelectric power plant on March 7, which led to blackout and water supply problems across the whole country. Eva Marie Uzcategui / Sputnik
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5813790 11.03.2019 People fill bottles with water coming from Avila mountain in Caracas, Venezuela. An alleged cyber attack crashed the major Venezuelan Guri hydroelectric power plant on March 7, which led to blackout and water supply problems across the whole country. Eva Marie Uzcategui / Sputnik
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5813793 11.03.2019 People fill bottles with water coming from Avila mountain in Caracas, Venezuela. An alleged cyber attack crashed the major Venezuelan Guri hydroelectric power plant on March 7, which led to blackout and water supply problems across the whole country. Eva Marie Uzcategui / Sputnik
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5813764 11.03.2019 People fill bottles with water coming from Avila mountain in Caracas, Venezuela. An alleged cyber attack crashed the major Venezuelan Guri hydroelectric power plant on March 7, which led to blackout and water supply problems across the whole country. Eva Marie Uzcategui / Sputnik
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5813757 11.03.2019 A woman carries a tank with water coming from Avila mountain in Caracas, Venezuela. An alleged cyber attack crashed the major Venezuelan Guri hydroelectric power plant on March 7, which led to blackout and water supply problems across the whole country. Eva Marie Uzcategui / Sputnik
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5813756 11.03.2019 People fill bottles with water coming from Avila mountain in Caracas, Venezuela. An alleged cyber attack crashed the major Venezuelan Guri hydroelectric power plant on March 7, which led to blackout and water supply problems across the whole country. Eva Marie Uzcategui / Sputnik
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TOPSHOT - View of a tree decorated with banknotes which are worthless -as a result of inflation- as people queue at a gas station (L) in Caracas, on March 10, 2019, during a power outage. - National Assembly leader Juan Guaido said Sunday he will ask the Venezuelan legislature to declare a "state of alarm" in order to request international aid amid a massive power outage. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - People gather to collect water in Caracas on March 10, 2019, during the third day of a massive power outage which has left Venezuelans without communications, electricity and water. - The unprecedented power outage already left 15 patients dead and threatens to extend indefinitely, increasing distress for the severe political and economic crisis hitting the oil-rich South American nation. (Photo by Juan BARRETO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Partial view of the Alcabala neighborhood on Petare hill -where electric power has been restored in some sectors of Caracas- on March 10, 2019, during the third day of a massive power outage which has left the capital and much of the country without communications, water and electricity. - The unprecedented power outage threatens to extend indefinitely, increasing distress for the severe political and economic crisis hitting the oil-rich South American nation. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - People queue to collect potable water in Caracas on March 10, 2019, during the third day of a massive power outage which has left Venezuelans without communications, electricity and water. - The unprecedented power outage already left 15 patients dead and threatens to extend indefinitely, increasing distress for the severe political and economic crisis hitting the oil-rich South American nation. (Photo by Cristian Hernandez / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - View in Caracas on March 10, 2019, during the third day of a massive power outage which has left the capital and much of the country without communications, water and electricity. - The unprecedented power outage already left 15 patients dead and threatens to extend indefinitely, increasing distress for the severe political and economic crisis hitting the oil-rich South American nation. (Photo by Matias DELACROIX / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Venezuelan Elvia Helena Lozano is reflected on a mirror as she uses a kerosene lamp during a power outage at her home in Caracas on March 9, 2019. - Sunday is the third day Venezuelans remain without communications, electricity or water, in an unprecedented power outage that already left 15 patients dead and threatens with extending indefinitely, increasing distress for the severe political and economic crisis hitting the oil-rich South American nation. zPodr? salvar la comida en la nevera? zCu?nto durar? el agua que recogio en tobos? zAcabar? el "toque de queda" de la delincuencia en la oscuridad? Son preguntas que atormentan a Yadira mientras espera que el suministro de electricidad sea normalizado en Venezuela. (Photo by Cristian HERNANDEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A woman holds her head during a massive power outage in Caracas on March 9, 2019. - Sunday is the third day Venezuelans remain without communications, electricity or water, in an unprecedented power outage that already left 15 patients dead and threatens with extending indefinitely, increasing distress for the severe political and economic crisis hitting the oil-rich South American nation. zPodr? salvar la comida en la nevera? zCu?nto durar? el agua que recogio en tobos? zAcabar? el "toque de queda" de la delincuencia en la oscuridad? Son preguntas que atormentan a Yadira mientras espera que el suministro de electricidad sea normalizado en Venezuela. (Photo by Cristian HERNANDEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A man enters a residential building during a massive power outage in Caracas on March 9, 2019. - Sunday is the third day Venezuelans remain without communications, electricity or water, in an unprecedented power outage that already left 15 patients dead and threatens with extending indefinitely, increasing distress for the severe political and economic crisis hitting the oil-rich South American nation. zPodr? salvar la comida en la nevera? zCu?nto durar? el agua que recogio en tobos? zAcabar? el "toque de queda" de la delincuencia en la oscuridad? Son preguntas que atormentan a Yadira mientras espera que el suministro de electricidad sea normalizado en Venezuela. (Photo by Cristian HERNANDEZ / AFP)
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Supporters of the opposition leader Juan Guaido confront national guardsmen in Caracas, Venezuela, March 9, 2019. Thousands of opposition supporters marched to central Caracas on Saturday, defying a government ban on rallies in the Venezuelan capital's core and testing a heavy police presence even as the country struggled to emerge from its worst blackout in recent memory. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
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An employee walks inside a store during a power outage in Caracas on March 9, 2019. - Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro claimed that a new cyber attack had prevented authorities from restoring power throughout the country following a blackout on March 7 that caused chaos. The government blamed the outage on US sabotage at the central generator in Guri, in the country's south, which provides 80 percent of Venezuela with its electricity. (Photo by Cristian Hernandez / AFP)
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A woman stands at the entrance of an apartment building, during a power outage in Caracas on March 9, 2019. - Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro claimed that a new cyber attack had prevented authorities from restoring power throughout the country following a blackout on March 7 that caused chaos. The government blamed the outage on US sabotage at the central generator in Guri, in the country's south, which provides 80 percent of Venezuela with its electricity. (Photo by Cristian Hernandez / AFP)
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People use their mobile phones at the Distribuidor Altamira -main exit of Francisco Fajardo highway- where they can get telephone service during a partial power outage in Caracas on March 9, 2019. - Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro claimed that a new cyber attack had prevented authorities from restoring power throughout the country following a blackout on March 7 that caused chaos. The government blamed the outage on US sabotage at the central generator in Guri, in the country's south, which provides 80 percent of Venezuela with its electricity. (Photo by Matias DELACROIX / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - People use their mobile phones at the Francisco Fajardo highway -where they can get telephone service- during a partial power outage in Caracas on March 9, 2019. - Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro claimed that a new cyber attack had prevented authorities from restoring power throughout the country following a blackout on March 7 that caused chaos. The government blamed the outage on US sabotage at the central generator in Guri, in the country's south, which provides 80 percent of Venezuela with its electricity. (Photo by Matias DELACROIX / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - People use their mobile phones at the Francisco Fajardo highway -where they can get telephone service- during a partial power outage in Caracas on March 9, 2019. - Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro claimed that a new cyber attack had prevented authorities from restoring power throughout the country following a blackout on March 7 that caused chaos. The government blamed the outage on US sabotage at the central generator in Guri, in the country's south, which provides 80 percent of Venezuela with its electricity. (Photo by Matias DELACROIX / AFP)
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People stand on a dark corridor at Miguel Perez Carreno hospital, in Caracas, during the worst power outage in Venezuela's history, on March 8, 2019. - Venezuela's government struggled to cope Friday with a massive electricity blackout that paralyzed much of the country as President Nicolas Maduro blamed the chaos on US sabotage. (Photo by MATIAS DELACROIX / AFP)
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A man stands on a dark corridor at Miguel Perez Carreno hospital, in Caracas, during the worst power outage in Venezuela's history, on March 8, 2019. - Venezuela's government struggled to cope Friday with a massive electricity blackout that paralyzed much of the country as President Nicolas Maduro blamed the chaos on US sabotage. (Photo by MATIAS DELACROIX / AFP)
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View of Caracas taken on March 8, 2019 during the worst power outage in Venezuela's history. - Venezuela was plunged into darkness on Thursday after a massive electricity blackout paralyzed almost the entire country. (Photo by Ronaldo SCHEMIDT / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - People stand on a dark corridor at Miguel Perez Carreno hospital, in Caracas, during the worst power outage in Venezuela's history, on March 8, 2019. - Venezuela's government struggled to cope Friday with a massive electricity blackout that paralyzed much of the country as President Nicolas Maduro blamed the chaos on US sabotage. (Photo by MATIAS DELACROIX / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A patient looks out from a window at Miguel Perez Carreno hospital, in Caracas, during the worst power outage in Venezuela's history, on March 8, 2019. - Venezuela's government struggled to cope Friday with a massive electricity blackout that paralyzed much of the country as President Nicolas Maduro blamed the chaos on US sabotage. (Photo by MATIAS DELACROIX / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - View of Caracas taken on March 8, 2019 during the worst power outage in Venezuela's history. - Venezuela was plunged into darkness on Thursday after a massive electricity blackout paralyzed almost the entire country. (Photo by Ronaldo SCHEMIDT / AFP)
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People cross a street during a power cut in Caracas on March 7, 2019. - The government of Nicolas Maduro denounced a "sabotage" against the main electric power dam in the country, after a massive blackout left Caracas and vast regions of Venezuela in the darkness. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A couple walks along a street during a power cut in Caracas on March 7, 2019. - The government of Nicolas Maduro denounced a "sabotage" against the main electric power dam in the country, after a massive blackout left Caracas and vast regions of Venezuela in the darkness. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - People cross a street during a power cut in Caracas on March 7, 2019. - The government of Nicolas Maduro denounced a "sabotage" against the main electric power dam in the country, after a massive blackout left Caracas and vast regions of Venezuela in the darkness. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Journalists use their smartphones, during a power cut in Caracas on March 7, 2019. - The government of Nicolas Maduro denounced a "sabotage" against the main electric power dam in the country, after a massive blackout left Caracas and vast regions of Venezuela in the darkness. (Photo by Matias DELACROIX / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Night view of a street during a power cut in the city of Barquisimeto, Lara state, Venezuela on March 7, 2019. - The government of Nicolas Maduro denounced a "sabotage" against the main electric power dam in the country, after a massive blackout left Caracas and vast regions of Venezuela in the darkness. (Photo by RONALDO SCHEMIDT / AFP)

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