Maduro starts new Venezuela term by accusing US of imperialist 'world war'

10 January 2019 @22:36 | The Guardian
President Nicolás Maduro shrugged off a tempest of international condemnation to begin his second term in office The Venezuelan president, Nicolás Maduro , has castigated the European Union and accused Washington of waging an imperialist “world war” against his crisis-stricken nation, as he shrugged off a tempest of international condemnation to begin his second term in office. continue...
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