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Venezuela reverses plan to expel EU ambassador

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Venezuela reverses plan to expel EU ambassador

Venezuela reverses plan to expel EU ambassador

Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro had ordered the EU envoy to leave after Brussels hit 11 more Venezuelan officials with sanctions for "undermining democracy and the rule of law".

But the decision has now been reversed.

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