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Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro threatened with sanctions and labelled a dictator inauguration

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Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro threatened with sanctions and labelled a dictator  inaugurationVenezuelan president Nicolas Maduro celebrated the start to a second term as leader yesterday, but countries seized upon the inauguration to cut back diplomatic ties and label him a dictator.
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News video: Defying critics, Venezuela's Maduro starts new term

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Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro started a second term on Thursday, defying critics in the United States and Latin America who called him an illegitimate usurper of a nation where economic chaos has wrought a humanitarian crisis. Havovi Cooper reports

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