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Maduro: Rogue Police Attack Venezuela Supreme Court

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President Nicolas Maduro said a stolen police helicopter fired on Venezuela's Supreme Court Tuesday. He called the incident a thwarted "terrorist attack," aimed at ousting him from power. The confusing exchange is bound to ratchet up tensions in a country that is already paralyzed by months of deadly anti-government protests. The attack took place as Maduro was speaking live on state television.

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