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Venezuelan president Maduro held journalists American transmitter

Journalists of the Spanish-language American tv channel Univision News would be Monday against their will are held by the president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro. Now they are released again.

The team, under the direction of the in Mexico born American journalist, Jorge Ramos, had an interview with Maduro in the presidential palace in the Venezuelan city of Caracas.

According to Ramos, was the interview after seventeen minutes, interrupted by Maduro who stood up. “He was annoyed by the questions about democracy, posts about political prisoners, and the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela,” said Ramos.

After the team, after a few hours it was released, was all the equipment such as cameras and microphones were seized.

Happy to report @jorgeramosnews and the @Univison team have been released. Here he is on his phone in his hotel after he was released this evening.

AvatarAuteurUnivisionNewsMoment of plaatsen02:10 – February 26, 2019

Team of journalists Tuesday morning Venezuela expelled

After their release, were the journalists told they have wed night Venezuela expelled will be.

The minister of Information of Venezuela, Jorge Rodríguez, said that Maduro in the past without problems hundreds of journalists in the presidential palace has welcomed, but that he refuses to cooperate in a “cheap show”.

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