July 25, 2014

The Hijacking of a Venezuelan Newspaper

Mac Margolis, Bloomberg

The Associated Press

On the face of it, this was a business deal. The financially ailing Caracas publication, which had winnowed down to two eight-page sections, sold out to Spanish investors with deeper pockets. In fact, this was an ambush followed by a hijacking.

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TAGGED: Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, El Universal

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