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Maduro says Colombia’s ex-leader plotting his killing

2019/08/15 | 17:16

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WAAR_DUHOK     Venezuela’s president accused Colombia’s former leader of an attempt to assassinate him, local media reported.

A Colombian envoy and a Venezuelan justice were allegedly involved in the assassination plan, according to the Caracas-based teleSur TV network.

“I have learned of a plan directed by Alvaro Uribe Velez with the participation of the ...

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