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U.S. Derides Accusation That Venezuelan Humanitarian Air Laced With Poison

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U.S. Derides Accusation That Venezuelan Humanitarian Air Laced With Poison

U.S. Derides Accusation That Venezuelan Humanitarian Air Laced With Poison

According to a report by Reuters, on Friday, the United States scoffed at Venezuela's accusation that it was poisoning humanitarian aid, and urged allies to stop the 'decrepit, dictatorial regime' of President Nicolas Maduro from chairing UN arm talks.

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