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Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro says any US invasion would be worse than 'Vietnam'

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 12 February 2019
Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro says any US invasion would be worse than 'Vietnam'Venezuela's disputed President Nicolas Maduro warns the United States is in danger of turning his country into another conflict like the Vietnam War.
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News video: Venezuela: 65 countries support Guaido, while UN backs Maduro

▶ Venezuela: 65 countries support Guaido, while UN backs Maduro 01:59

Both sides are committed to entrenching themselves with countries that support them, rather than talks with the other side.

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