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Venezuelan Opposition Party Gains Momentum Amid Mass Protests, Military Defection

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Venezuelan Opposition Party Gains Momentum Amid Mass Protests, Military Defection

Venezuelan Opposition Party Gains Momentum Amid Mass Protests, Military Defection

According to a report by CNN, on Saturday, the political momentum of Venezuela's opposition movement swelled amid massive street protests in Caracas and the defection of a top military official in the Maduro government.

Juan Guaido, Venezuela's self-declared interim president, urged people inside and outside the country to show their support in peaceful protests.

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Venezuelan Opposition Party Gains Momentum Amid Mass Protests, Military Defection

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25, 2019




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