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CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuelan authorities are investigating a power outage that began on Friday afternoon and was affecting a large swathe of the country, Electricity Minister Jesse Chacon told a state television news broadcaster.
(Reporting by Brian Ellsworth; Editing by James Dalgleish)
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