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Venezuelan opposition to flood streets as Maduro under pressure

Reuters India Wednesday, 23 January 2019
Venezuelans prepared for a major march on Wednesday after dozens of violent protests overnight, as the opposition sought to force President Nicolas Maduro from office amid global criticism of the socialist leader.
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