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Venezuela should spend money on food, not missiles: Colombia president

Reuters Thursday, 5 September 2019
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro should spend his country's money on food, not on missiles, Colombian President Ivan Duque said on Thursday, amid renewed verbal sparring between the neighboring countries.
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