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‘You want war?’ Venezuela spars with rivals at OAS meeting

CANCUN, Mexico, (Reuters) – Governments from across the Americas yesterday chastised Venezuela’s socialist leadership for its handling of a political and economic crisis, prompting the OPEC nation’s foreign minister to call the critics “lapdogs of imperialism.” The United States, Brazil and 10 other members of the 34-nation Organization of American States issued a letter accusing Venezuela of undermining democracy, failing to feed its people and violating rights.

Special prosecutor to meet Senate committee leaders

WASHINGTON,  (Reuters) – Special prosecutor Robert Mueller will hold talks this week with senior Senate Judiciary Committee members to ensure that there is no conflict between his investigation of potential collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign and the panel’s probe, two congressional aides said on Monday.

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