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Colombia's fight against rebels would be easier without Maduro: minister

Reuters Saturday, 31 August 2019
There is "no doubt" it would be easier to combat Colombia's rebel groups if Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro were no longer in power, Colombia's foreign minister said, amid accusations that Caracas is providing the groups with shelter.
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