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U.S. ready to target other countries for supporting Venezuela's Maduro

Reuters Tuesday, 6 August 2019
U.S. national security adviser John Bolton on Tuesday said Washington was ready to impose sanctions on any international company doing business with Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, a sharp escalation of U.S. pressure on the leftist leader.
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Nicolás Maduro Nicolás Maduro 46th President of Venezuela

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John Bolton John Bolton 27th United States National Security Advisor, lawyer, and diplomat

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