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Explaining Venezuela's slow motion coup d'etat

"The Lima Group was basically created to help oust Maduro"
Photo: The Malysia Star
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On this week's episode of Radio Free Winnipeg, hosts Scott Price and Gregg Gallinger explore the recent history leading up to the attempt at U.S.-led regime change in Venezuela.

And: an indigenous man was shot and killed in Winnipeg’s West End while a fire in the area has left nearly 100 people displaced and without a home. Local reporting on the murder has been remarkably uncritical of the police while coverage of the fire has used a so-called “meth crisis” to explain away the real, systemic problems of a lack of affordable housing and landlord exploitation.

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