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US, Brazil, Colombia are planning military intervention in Venezuela, claims Maduro regime

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[Venezuela], Apr 16 (ANI): The United States, Brazil and Colombia are preparing for a military intervention into Venezuela, claimed Venezuelan Vice President Delcy Rodriguez on Monday.
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