Venezuela’s Maduro sends conciliatory message to U.S.


CARACAS (Reuters) – Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro named a new acting head of its U.S. diplomatic mission in Washington on Tuesday and sent an offer of dialogue after attacking the United States for “interference” in a row over his election. Disputes between Venezuela and the United States were common during Hugo Chavez’s 14-year socialist rule of Venezuela, leaving both nations without ambassadors in each other’s…

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April 23: A letter that was intercepted and sent to a screening facility at an airbase in the United States contained the deadly poison ricin according to preliminary tests. The letter was discovered at Bolling Air Force Base outside Washington on Tuesday, a week after three letters were intercepted on […]