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President Maduro launches 'biggest military drills in Venezuela's history'

MailOnline Monday, 11 February 2019
President Maduro launches 'biggest military drills in Venezuela's history'Nicolas Maduro is facing a battle to maintain power in Venezuela after opposition leader Juan Guaido was recognised by some 50 countries as interim president.
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News video: Venezuela's Guaido urges military to not block aid

▶ Venezuela's Guaido urges military to not block aid 01:29

Venezuela's opposition leader and self-declared president Juan Guaido on Friday warned military officers against blocking the arrival of aid amid spiraling disease and malnutrition brought on by a hyperinflation. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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