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Venezuela Opposition Leader Detained, Then Released

Wall Street Journal Sunday, 13 January 2019
The head of Venezuela’s legislature was briefly detained Sunday by the country’s secret police, as international pressure mounts on authoritarian leader Nicolás Maduro.

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