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$135 million in humanitarian aid pledged to crisis-hit Venezuela

S$135 million in #HumanitarianAid pledged to crisis-hit #Venezuela

15/2/2019 7:06:00 AM

S$135 million in HumanitarianAid pledged to crisis-hit Venezuela

CARACAS (AFP) - Twenty-five countries have pledged US$100 million (S$135 million) in aid to Venezuela , a top United States official said Thursday (Feb 14), as the crisis-hit country's Supreme Court took aim at oil executives appointed by the opposition.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

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