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Venezuela: Maduro Closes Border With Brazil To Stop Aid

Eurasia Review Friday, 22 February 2019
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has shut down the country’s border with Brazil and threatens to do the same with Colombia to try to stop foreign aid from crossing into the country.

A warehouse filled with tons of food, medicine and other aid — primarily from the United States — is sitting in warehouses on the...
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News video: Venezuela's Maduro Threatens To Close Colombian Border

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Reuters reports Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro threatened to close the border with Colombia on Thursday. The socialist leader's statement came as opposition leader Juan Guaido and a large group of lawmakers attempted to get to the border to receive humanitarian aid. Guaido is recognized by...

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