By Daniel Flynn MADRID, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Spain's Socialist government accused the previous administration of backing a short-lived coup against
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez in 2002, a charge the conservative opposition labelled a "lie". The shock accusation by Spanish Foreign Minister
Miguel Angel Moratinos threatened to boil over into an embarrassing political spat during a visit by Chavez to Madrid to patch up relations damaged by
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