Posted on Saturday, 08.02.14
Lawmakers: U.S. restrictions on Venezuelan officials too little
By Jim Wyss and Chris Adams
The U.S. State Department rolled out travel and visa restrictions on Venezuelan officials accused of human rights violations. But South Florida lawmakers say the sanctions dont go far enough.
Read more at the Herald: http://www.miamiherald.com/2014/07/30/4262612/us-imposes-travel-sanctions-on.html
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