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Unbelievable he turned himself in. I hope he doesn't end up dead. Wasn't he the motivation behind this? I hope people don't give up hope if this guy disappears for good. Doesn't look good with this latest news.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has accused the U.S. of backing the student protesters. Over the weekend, he ordered the expulsion of three U.S. diplomats whom he said were supporting opposition plots to topple his socialist government.
Ms. Psaki said the Obama administration is considering a course of action in accordance with the Vienna Conventions that guide diplomatic and consular relations.
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What do you see as the outcome? Where do you see this going from here? Do you think major outside interventions? Because if so - outside interventions are going to have to target government the way it appears.
TextNOTES TO CORRESPONDENTS Note to correspondents in response to questions on Venezuela New York, 19 February 2014
In response to questions asked about the situation in Venezuela, the Spokesperson has the following to say: The Secretary-General has learned with concern about recent developments in Venezuela and regrets the loss of life and the incidents of violence. He takes note of the concerns expressed by the Governments of the region and hopes that an inclusive dialogue can be established among relevant stakeholders in order to peacefully address the current challenges facing the country.
Colombian news channel NTN24, which was taken from the grid of cable TV Venezuela, said now banned access to your website.
Johnatthan Bilancieri, director of digital platforms NTN24, TN spoke and stated that " unfortunately the site was blocked communications infrastructure that controls the government of Nicolas Maduro and users can not access within the territory of Venezuela " .
"President Nicolas Maduro went on national television to attack our channel," said Bilancieri continuous verbal attacks on journalists receiving NTN24 by the Venezuelan president.