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U.S. federal agents raid the Venezuelan embassy to evict Code Pink protesters, at the request of National Assembly leader Juan Guaido. They had been staying at the embassy at the invitation of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, who is locked in a dispute over the presidency with Guaido. Maduro's government considers the raid to be a violation of the Vienna convention.

U.S. law enforcement officers raided the Venezuelan Embassy on Thursday to oust ...

  1. Reuters
  2. The Independent
U.S. federal agents arrest protesters occupying Venezuelan Embassy

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  1. U.S. law enforcement raid the Venezuelan embassy and evict Code Pink protesters and others opposing current U.S. policy towards the nation, at the request of National Assembly leader Juan Guaido.
  2. U.S. law enforcement raid the Venezuelan embassy to evict Code Pink protesters and others opposing current U.S. policy towards the nation, at the request of National Assembly leader Juan Guaido.
  3. U.S. federal agents raid the Venezuelan embassy to evict Code Pink protesters and others who continue to oppose current U.S. policy towards the nation, at the request of National Assembly leader Juan Guaido.
  4. U.S. federal agents raid the Venezuelan embassy to evict Code Pink protesters, at the request of National Assembly leader Juan Guaido. They had been staying at the embassy at the invitation of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, who is locked in a dispute over the presidency with Guaido. Maduro's government considers the raid to be a violation of the Vienna convention.

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