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Venezuelan Foreign Minister Says Maduro Will Be Ousted 'Over Our Dead Bodies'

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Venezuelan Foreign Minister Says Maduro Will Be Ousted 'Over Our Dead Bodies'

Venezuelan Foreign Minister Says Maduro Will Be Ousted 'Over Our Dead Bodies'

According to a report by Reuters, on Tuesday, Venezuela Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino said that the country's opposition would have to pass over 'our dead bodies' to overthrow President Nicolas Maduro and impose a new government.

Padrino said, "Those that attempt to be president here in Venezuela ... will have to pass over our dead bodies.

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