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In 60 Seconds: Maduro denounced a coup in Venezuela

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The president of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, denounced yesterday a new plan that was being forged that aimed to carry out a coup in Venezuela. Maduro said that among those who were involved were Bolivarian Airforce officials, whom have already been detained. In England, people protested in London yesterday to criticize the lack of media coverage over the possible hate crime and killing of three us citizens, also muslims, on tuesday. In the United States, a man is suing two police officers and the city of Madison in Alabama, after being left partially paralyzed since he was assaulted by police a week ago, he says. In Australia, people hae marched in a global divestment day protest in Sydney, appealing in song to the commonwealth bank of Australia to not fund coal expansion in the great barrier reef world heritage area. In Thailand, ten couples are celebrating valentines day by trying to break the world record for the longest continuous dance.

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