Venezuelan authorities detain six people involved in what they call an assassination attempt on
Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro.
Venezuelan authorities said Sunday that they have detained six people allegedly connected to what President Nicolás Maduro claimed was an assassination attempt, and what other leaders have deemed a terrorist attack.
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Venezuelan authorities detain six people involved in the assassination attempt of Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro. 2018-08-06 18:30:17 (First version)
Venezuelan authorities detain six people involved in w h at the y ca l l a n assassination attempt o n Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro. (Current version)
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro says that he has "hard evidence" that the Colombian government planned and executed an attempted assassination attack on him on Saturday, and that he will release it later in the day. 2018-08-7 (Context: Caracas drone explosions, Nicolas Maduro, President of Venezuela, Venezuela)
Venezuelan authorities arrest a military general, a colonel, and a dozen others in connection to a failed assassination attempt on President Nicolas Maduro. 2018-08-15 (Context: Caracas drone explosions, Nicolas Maduro, President of Venezuela, Venezuela)
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro skips a rally in Caracas following weekend drone blasts that he called an assassination attempt, surprising and confusing some supporters in attendance. 2018-08-6 (Context: Caracas drone explosions, Nicolas Maduro, President of Venezuela)
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