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Opposition leader Juan Guaidó talks to the press as he holds his daughter, Miranda, next to his wife, Fabiana Rosales, outside his home in Caracas on Thursday. Federico Parra/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Washington Welcomes Exiled Political Activist As Venezuela's Ambassador

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Uptick In Butterfly Census Could Be A Fluke, Researchers Caution

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U.S. law enforcement personnel escort Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán from a plane to a waiting caravan of SUVs at New York's Long Island MacArthur Airport in January 2017. U.S. law enforcement via AP hide caption

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Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin (right) and National Security Adviser John Bolton announce sanctions against Venezuela, which are meant to put pressure on Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Venezuela's congressional leader, Juan Guaidó, is being recognized by a rising number of countries, including the U.S., as the South American country's interim president. Here, Guaidó (center) speaks to a crowd of opposition supporters at Bolívar Square, in eastern Caracas, last Friday. Federico Parra/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Homeland Security Begins Policy Dubbed Migrant Protection Protocols

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Venezuelan President Maduro Faces Intensified Pressure To Step Down

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News Brief: China Trade Talks, Venezuela Leadership, Medicare For All

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Carlos Catarldo Gomez, of Honduras, center, is escorted by Mexican officials after leaving the United States, the first person returned to Mexico to wait for his asylum trial date, in Tijuana, Mexico Gregory Bull/AP hide caption

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Venezuela's top prosecutor, Tarek William Saab, talks to reporters in Caracas on Tuesday. He announced that Juan Guaidó, now President Nicolás Maduro's most prominent opponent, is barred from leaving the country because of an investigation. Marco Bello/Getty Images hide caption

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News Brief: Roger Stone, Huawei Probe, Venezuela Sanctions

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Venezuela's State-Owned Oil Company Is Hit With U.S. Sanctions

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