Two Venezuelan opposition leaders have been arrested and dragged away from their homes after controversial elections marred by bloodshed.
Antonio Ledezma and Leopoldo Lopez, high profile critics of President Nicolas Maduro, were hauled out of their houses by intelligence services, relatives say.
The arrests come a day after a vote to choose a much-condemned assembly that supersedes parliament.
Antonio Ledezma, a high profile critic of President Nicolas Maduro (pictured), was hauled out of his house by intelligence services, his children say
Lopez and Ledezma were both already under house arrest when they were picked up by the intelligence service.
The two men are