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U.S. bars two Venezuelan officials from traveling to U.S.

Reuters Friday, 2 August 2019
The United States said on Friday it would bar two Venezuelan officials from traveling to the United States in its latest action to pressure Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro into stepping down.
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