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Opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez is flanked by Bolivarian National Guards after Lopez surrendered, in Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday, Feb 18, 2014. Lopez re-emerged from days of hiding to address an anti-government demonstration and then he turned himself in to authorities Tuesday. Speaking to some 5,000 supporters with a megaphone, Lopez said that he doesn't fear going to jail to defend his beliefs and constitutional right to peacefully protest against President Nicolas Maduro. (AP Photo/Alejandro Cegarra)

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Women wearing white and homemade signs that read in Spanish; "Freedom for Leopoldo," shout slogans in support of opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez outside the Palace of Justice in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014. Following a dramatic surrender on Tuesday and a night in jail, Lopez is due in court Wednesday to learn what charges he may face for allegedly provoking violence during protests against the socialist government in the divided nation. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

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Opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez, dressed in white and holding up a flower stem, is taken into custody by Bolivarian National Guards, in Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday, Feb 18, 2014. Lopez re-emerged from days of hiding to address an anti-government demonstration and then he turned himself in to authorities Tuesday. Speaking to some 5,000 supporters with a megaphone, Lopez said that he doesn't fear going to jail to defend his beliefs and constitutional right to peacefully protest against President Nicolas Maduro. (AP Photo/Alejandro Cegarra)