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In Venezuela, Some Government Loyalists Split With President Maduro

NPR Friday, 14 July 2017 ()
Life in Venezuela is getting increasingly difficult under the heavy handed rule of President Nicolas Maduro. Some government loyalists are suffering a change of heart and are splitting with Maduro, but the consequences can be tough.
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News video: Venezuela: pro-government mob storms opposition controlled assembly

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Several Venezuelan politicians have been badly hurt after pro-government supporters wielding sticks and metal bars stormed the national assembly. The melee came during a special session to mark the South American country’s independence day. More than 350, politicians, journalists and guests were...

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