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Venezuela's Maduro warns of Colombia attack, orders military exercises

Reuters Wednesday, 4 September 2019
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Tuesday ordered the armed forces to be on alert for a potential attack by Colombia's government and announced military exercises on the border amid the rearmament of a group of former guerrilla commanders.
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