Venezuela FM Sees Possible U.S. Attack

Venezuela’s foreign minister said Tuesday that there is a risk that the United States could launch a military attack on his country, but it hasn’t done so because conditions weren’t right. Ali Rodriguez, who is in Cuba for treatment of a knee problem, said U.S. involvement in

Iraq and other problems in the Mideast have prevented an American strike on Venezuela, where President Hugo Chavez’s government controls vast oil reserves. “We have been very conscious of this risk, of this danger,” Rodriguez told The Associated Press in an interview. “With the right conditions, I have no doubt.” Full Story

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