Surviving a surge in street violence in Venezuela

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In this March 14, 2013 photo, Marisol Lezaman, left, Teresa Montilla, center, and Yetcimar Rosales, right, commute in a cable car that moves above homes in Caracas, Venezuela. On their daily cable car rides to and from home in Venezuela’s capital, commuters soar in a bubble of safety far above the deadly, trash-strewn streets below. Amid a list of woes, including double-digit inflation and crumbling infrastructure, rampant crime is seen by many as the main failing of the late President Hugo Chavez’s government, and one that a whole swath of this shell-shocked country has lost hope of correcting. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — On their daily cable car rides to and from home in Venezuela's capital, Maria Gonzalez and Jose Rafael Suarez soar in a bubble of safety far above the deadly, trash-strewn streets below.

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