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Venezuela violinist seeks U.S. asylum after fleeing violence

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Wuilly Arteaga became known as a resistance symbol during deadly protests in Venezuela for playing his violin amid violence. Venezuelan authorities put him in jail where he was tortured. Arteaga decided to seek refuge in the United States where he awaits a decision on his political asylum application.