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Brazil's top court suspends move to expel Venezuelan diplomats

Reuters Saturday, 2 May 2020
A Supreme Court judge issued an injunction on Saturday suspending for 10 days a move by Brazil's right-wing government to expel Venezuela's 30 diplomats and consular staff.
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