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Venezuela's Telesur Cable News Network
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Venezuela's Telesur Cable News Network

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Venezuela's Telesur Cable News Network

Venezuela's Telesur Cable News Network
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A new Spanish-language cable news channel, backed by the Venezuelan government, has been criticized for alleged links to terrorist causes. We look into Telesur.

Guest:

John Dinges, professor of journalism at Columbia University and former managing editor at National Public Radio

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