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Venezuela’s Maduro accuses Chile, Colombia, Mexico of helping drone attack

Having arrested at least one in connection with the failed suicide drone attack against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, the Venezuelan government has accused the governments of Chile, Colombia and Mexico of supporting the attackers through their embassies, asserting what he claimed to be “convincing” evidence of Chilean, Colombian, and Mexican participation in the getaway plan. Neighboring governments and government critics have dismissed the accusations as attempts to shift blame for the country’s extreme hyperinflation, foot shortages, and poor security. 

Source: Venezuela’s Maduro accuses Chile, Colombia, Mexico of helping drone attack | Reuters

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