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Venezuela opposition leader Guaido 'not afraid' after detention

Reuters Sunday, 13 January 2019
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido on Sunday said that President Nicolas Maduro's adversaries were "not afraid" even though he was briefly detained by intelligence agents, days after saying he would be willing to replace the increasingly isolated president.
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Leader of National Assembly briefly detained by Venezuelan intelligence agents, before being released.

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