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Venezuela opposition leaders call for U.S. sanctions amid simmering political, economic crises

Venezuela government opposition leaders talk about the future of the South American nation during a forum Friday hosted by e <span class="italic">l Nuevo Herald</span> and the Association of Venezuelan Journalists Abroad. From left to right are Carlos Vecchio, the national coordinator of the Voluntad Popular political party; Horacio Medina, the head of the Miami branch of the opposition coalition known as the MUD; Beatrice Rangel, a former cabinet minister during the Carlos Andrés Pérez administration; and Diego Arria, former ambassador to the United Nations.

During a forum held in Doral, Venezuelan opposition leaders called for U.S. sanctions and a broader front to challenge the 14-month-old Nicolás Maduro administration.

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