Venezuela's Maduro urges soldiers to fight 'traitors'

Several people died in the recent protests, hundreds were wounded and more than 200 arrested.

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    In a display of military support, Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro addressed thousands of soldiers at a military base in Caracas, surrounded by top generals.

    He urged the armed forces to fight the "traitors" plotting against him.

    Al Jazeera's Alessandro Rampietti has been following developments, from the Venezuela-Colombia border.


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