A woman holding a baby looks at police in riot gear standing guard as she and others wait outside a supermarket to buy food in Caracas, Venezuela in this June 1, 2016 file photo. A new Gallup polls found that citizens in Venezuela feel less safe in their country than citizens in Syria.
A woman holding a baby looks at police in riot gear standing guard as she and others wait outside a supermarket to buy food in Caracas, Venezuela in this June 1, 2016 file photo. A new Gallup polls found that citizens in Venezuela feel less safe in their country than citizens in Syria. Fernando Llano AP
A woman holding a baby looks at police in riot gear standing guard as she and others wait outside a supermarket to buy food in Caracas, Venezuela in this June 1, 2016 file photo. A new Gallup polls found that citizens in Venezuela feel less safe in their country than citizens in Syria. Fernando Llano AP

Venezuelans feel less safe at home than Syrians

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