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What to know about Venezuela and Guyana’s territory dispute

Season 2023 Episode 354 | 7m 28s

Tensions are rising in South America as Venezuela threatens to take over a large region of Guyana that’s rich in resources. Venezuela on Saturday signaled openness to “high-level” talks to resolve the standoff, but Guyana has yet to respond. Ali Rogin speaks with Carolina Jiménez Sandoval, president of the Washington Office on Latin America, about the dispute’s history and latest developments.

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