Venezuela crisis talks resume amid Trump tension

A student faces a line of police blocking a march in Caracas protesting the government of President Nicolas MaduroVenezuela’s political rivals are to sit down at the negotiating table Friday to resume fraught talks on the country’s volatile crisis. Socialist President Nicolas Maduro and his opponents declared a “truce” 10 days ago to ease tension in a country struck by food shortages. With Pope Francis’s blessing, they agreed to sit down to Vatican-mediated talks starting Friday.

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