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- Trump has repeatedly expressed interest in taking military action in Venezuela.
- Experts and officials from around the region have rebuffed such action, with some comparing it to the invasion of Iraq.
- But others have held out military action, as part of a collective response, as an option of last resort.
But in the year since the US has kept pressure on Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro’s government, punishing dozens of officials with sanctions but sparing others in a gambit to stoke tensions in Caracas.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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