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Venezuela's Maduro keeps eye on prize - 2018 presidential vote


CARACAS (Reuters) - Just months ago, with crowds of protesters baying on the streets for the resignation of the "dictator" and "murderer," Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro looked like a goner.

Global opinion hardened against his socialist government, with Washington the first to impose sanctions. Coup rumours spread amid one of the worst economic implosions in modern Latin American history, and there were two botched mini-uprisings.

   

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