• Venezuelan opposition rejects govt talks


    CARACAS: Venezuela’s opposition on Wednesday (Thursday in Manila) spurned the crisis talks that government called to try to halt three weeks of protests that have left 14 dead. President Nicolas Maduro had called a “national peace conference,” but only the business federation and the Roman Catholic church confirmed they would attend. The main political opposition coalition denounced the planned talks as political theater and an insult to the slain protesters.


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