In this Friday, April 10, 2015 photo, Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro waves a miniature representation of Panama's national flag, after attending a ceremony at a monument that honors the victims of the 1989 U.S. invasion, in the Chorrillo neighborhood, which saw the heaviest fighting during the invasion, in Panama City. A crowd of several hundred chanted in Spanish, “Maduro, stick it to the Yankee!” Maduro faces problems at home as he begins his third year in office.
In this Friday, April 10, 2015 photo, Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro waves a miniature representation of Panama's national flag, after attending a ceremony at a monument that honors the victims of the 1989 U.S. invasion, in the Chorrillo neighborhood, which saw the heaviest fighting during the invasion, in Panama City. A crowd of several hundred chanted in Spanish, “Maduro, stick it to the Yankee!” Maduro faces problems at home as he begins his third year in office. Ramon Espinosa AP
In this Friday, April 10, 2015 photo, Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro waves a miniature representation of Panama's national flag, after attending a ceremony at a monument that honors the victims of the 1989 U.S. invasion, in the Chorrillo neighborhood, which saw the heaviest fighting during the invasion, in Panama City. A crowd of several hundred chanted in Spanish, “Maduro, stick it to the Yankee!” Maduro faces problems at home as he begins his third year in office. Ramon Espinosa AP

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