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EU to impose arms embargo on Venezuela, lays basis for sanctions: diplomats

Reuters Wednesday, 8 November 2017 ()
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union is set to impose an arms embargo on Venezuela and will consider further sanctions in response to the political crisis in the South American country, two EU diplomats said.
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European Union foreign ministers approved economic sanctions on Monday, including an arms embargo on Venezuela. The leaders said regional elections last month marred by reported irregularities had deepened the country’s crisis. The arms embargo adds Venezuela to an EU list that includes North Korea...

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