People past a sign that reads "Ever onward to victory" in Caracas, Venezuela August 7, 2017. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
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Supporters of President Nicolas Maduro marched in Caracas on Monday in favor of a new legislative superbody as hackers took down dozens of state websites to show their support for a pre-dawn armed assault on a military base the day before.Maduro has called the assembly Venezuela's only hope of peace but opponents say it will cement dictatorship in the OPEC country.About 2,000 people jammed the streets in front of Venezuela's congressional complex, where the constituent assembly will hold its sessions. They chanted in support of the assembly and called for an end to over 4 months of opposition protests and unrest in which more than 120 people have died.
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