Venezuela protest leader 'denied jail visits'

The wife of Venezuelan protest leader Leopoldo Lopez, who is being held alone in a small cell at a military jail, says her husband had not been allowed visitation rights for three weeks. Lopez's wife, Lilian Tintori, 36, told the media she was also denied access to a courthouse on Monday for her husband's first hearing where a decision will be taken to either set Lopez free or start a trial against him.