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New US sanctions compound Maduro's troubles | Money Talks

The US has announced new sanctions on the Venezuelan government. It is the latest move by Washington to try to remove President Nicolas Maduro. The foreign ministry says the sanctions are another serious aggression by the US that will hurt the Venezuelan people. Lionel Donovan has more. #Venezuela #NicolasMaduro #DonaldTrump

US sanctions affecting Venezuelan economy

US sanctions affecting Venezuelan economy

US-Iran Sanctions: US to end waivers for Iranian oil importers

US-Iran Sanctions: US to end waivers for Iranian oil importers

US sanctions state-owned oil firm PDVSA | Money Talks

US sanctions state-owned oil firm PDVSA | Money Talks

Venezuela launches petro cryptocurrency | Money Talks

Venezuela launches petro cryptocurrency | Money Talks

World’s first public fossil fuel database

World’s first public fossil fuel database

EU wants to pause funding for Hungary

EU wants to pause funding for Hungary

27 die in Covid quarantine bus crash in China

27 die in Covid quarantine bus crash in China

How did the Baburids rule India?

How did the Baburids rule India?

Hurricane floods sweep away bridge in Puerto Rico

Hurricane floods sweep away bridge in Puerto Rico

Is it ethical to show images of suffering?

Is it ethical to show images of suffering?

Nitrogen hypoxia is a new method of execution – how does it work?

Nitrogen hypoxia is a new method of execution – how does it work?

Outrage in India after rape and murder of teenage Dalit girls

Outrage in India after rape and murder of teenage Dalit girls

440 bodies discovered in mass graves in Ukraine’s Izyum

440 bodies discovered in mass graves in Ukraine’s Izyum

‘Salt rooms' – How the dead were preserved in a Syrian prison

‘Salt rooms' – How the dead were preserved in a Syrian prison

Prosecutors say Adnan Syed should be granted a new trial

Prosecutors say Adnan Syed should be granted a new trial

Who is Jimmie Akesson, the far-right winner of Sweden’s elections?

Who is Jimmie Akesson, the far-right winner of Sweden’s elections?

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