In this Monday, March 9, 2015 photo, Venezuelan Bolivarian National Guard officers handle seized merchandise that was being smuggled as others stand guard during a mission to stem the flow of contraband in San Antonio, Venezuela. President Nicolas Maduro almost daily blames the smuggling as a tool used by his enemies and business elites fighting an economic war to oust his socialist government from power.
In this Monday, March 9, 2015 photo, Venezuelan Bolivarian National Guard officers handle seized merchandise that was being smuggled as others stand guard during a mission to stem the flow of contraband in San Antonio, Venezuela. President Nicolas Maduro almost daily blames the smuggling as a tool used by his enemies and business elites fighting an economic war to oust his socialist government from power. Eliecer Mantilla AP
In this Monday, March 9, 2015 photo, Venezuelan Bolivarian National Guard officers handle seized merchandise that was being smuggled as others stand guard during a mission to stem the flow of contraband in San Antonio, Venezuela. President Nicolas Maduro almost daily blames the smuggling as a tool used by his enemies and business elites fighting an economic war to oust his socialist government from power. Eliecer Mantilla AP

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