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Venezuela claims win in LatAm diplomatic dispute, ignores criticism of Maduro

Reuters India Sunday, 13 January 2019
Venezuela's government claimed victory on Saturday in a diplomatic quarrel with Latin American countries over a border dispute with Guyana, while ignoring an avalanche of criticism over President Nicolas Maduro's second term in office.
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