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The Venezuelan president, Nicolás Maduro, has sent 3,000 troops on to the streets of the capital, Caracas, to crack down on rampant crime which has made the country one of the most dangerous in the world.
The "secure fatherland" plan is a new effort to lower violent crime following close to 20 similar attempts during the 14-year rule of the late socialist leader Hugo Chávez.
"Our armed forces are taking the streets to protect the people," Maduro said in a speech to military police and troops that was broadcast live on state television.
"I call on you to serve your country," he said.
"It must be more than just patrolling. It must a commitment of conscience, passion and love."
The plan will create around 500 checkpoints in the coming months around the city 9,000 new police officers are currently in training and 1,600 National Guard officers will later join the programme.