Venezuela ex-general fights U.S. extradition, cooperation in doubt

Reuters Thursday, 12 September 2019
Venezuela's ex-military intelligence chief told a Spanish court that Washington was fabricating drug-trafficking charges in its extradition request, throwing into doubt future cooperation with the U.S. push against Venezuela's socialist rulers.

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