Leopoldo Lopez is escorted by the National Guard after he turned himself in
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Venezuela opposition's Leopoldo Lopez hands himself in

Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez has handed himself over to the National Guard after holding a speech to thousands of his supporters.

He said he hoped his arrest would wake up the country to its "unjust justice".

Mr Lopez was wanted on charges of inciting violence during recent street protests which left at least four people dead.

Irene Caselli reports from Caracas.

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