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US officials called 'terrorists' mock Venezuela travel ban
US officials called 'terrorists' mock Venezuela travel ban


Associated Press

CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) -- Conservative U.S. politicians banned from traveling to Venezuela by socialist President Nicolas Maduro are taking the restriction as a badge of...full story
updated 2015-03-02 03:22 AM
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