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2019 Venezuelan presidential crisis

Venezuelan authorities claim that a U.S.-owned air freight company delivered a crate of weapons to the international airport in Valencia to be used in "terrorist actions" against the Maduro government. The air charter business involved, 21 Air, denies the charges.

MIAMI An air cargo shipper and its client on Friday denied knowledge of the small shipment of weapons that Venezuelan authorities said arrived in the city of

  1. Chicago Tribune
Air charter business, client deny role in alleged shipment of arms to Venezuela

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  1. Venezuelan criminal authorities claim that a U.S.-owned air freight company delivered a crate of assault weapons to the international airport in Valencia to be used in "terrorist actions" against the narco-criminal gang of Nicolas Maduro. The air charter business involved, 21 Air, denies the charges.
  2. Venezuelan authorities claim that a U.S.-owned air freight company delivered a crate of assault weapons to the international airport in Valencia to be used in "terrorist actions" against the Maduro government. The air charter business involved, 21 Air, denies the charges.
  3. A U.S.-owned air freight company delivered a crate of assault weapons to the international airport in Valencia to be used in terrorist actions against the government of President Nicolás Maduro, Venezuelan authorities say. The air charter business involved, 21 Air, denies the charges.
  4. Venezuelan authorities claim that a U.S.-owned air freight company delivered a crate of weapons to the international airport in Valencia to be used in "terrorist actions" against the Maduro government. The air charter business involved, 21 Air, denies the charges.

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