Venezuelan protesters camp outside UN office

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A banners is posted on the wall of the United Nations offices in Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday, March 25, 2014. The banners reads in Spanish "UN come to Venezuela now" and the one below reads "European Union pronounce yourself". A large group of protesting anti-government students have camped in front of the office of the United Nations asking it to come and observe the situation, as Venezuela’s bloody political standoff heads into its third month. The decision to pitch tents on the concrete sidewalk along one of Caracas’ busiest, smog-filled streets comes as foreign ministers from several South American nations arrive Tuesday to lend support to President Nicolas Maduro’s efforts at reconciliation with his opponents. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Dozens of students have pitched camp outside the United Nations office in Caracas to complain the international community is siding with Venezuela’s government by not speaking out against rights abuses during a bloody, two-month political standoff.