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Chavez says US warships threaten Venezuela, Cuba

President Hugo Chavez, who accuses Washington of planning to invade Venezuela, said on Tuesday recent deployment of U.S. warships in the Caribbean Sea threatened his country and its ally Cuba. Four U.S. warships, including an aircraft carrier, and 6,500 sailors, are in a two-month deployment in the Caribbean Sea dubbed “Partnership of the Americas” by the U.S. Navy. “They are doing maneuvers right here,” Chavez told a student meeting in the country’s west. “This is a threat, not just against us, against Venezuela, against Cuba.” Full Story

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