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U.S. targets three people, 16 groups in new Venezuela sanctions

Reuters Tuesday, 17 September 2019
The United States imposed sanctions on Tuesday on three people and 16 groups it says helped Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and his government profit from food aid in the economically struggling country, the Treasury Department said.
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