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U.S. slaps sanctions on Russian oil firm in swipe at Venezuela's Maduro

Reuters Tuesday, 18 February 2020
The United States on Tuesday ramped up pressure on Venezuela by blacklisting a subsidiary of Russian state oil major Rosneft that President Donald Trump's administration said provides a financial lifeline to President Nicolas Maduro's government.
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