A man walks past a mosaic depicting late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez (L) and Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro on a wall in Caracas on January 30, 2019. AFP / Juan BARRETO
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Venezuelan authorities detained three foreign journalists and a driver working for the Spanish news agency EFE on Wednesday, the company said, in the latest arrests of reporters covering U.S.-backed efforts to oust President Nicolas Maduro.Colombian photographer Leonardo Mu?oz was arrested with his Venezuelan driver Jose Salas while reporting on protests against the government.The Spanish government condemned the detentions and called on Caracas to release the journalists and the driver immediately.The arrests followed the deportation of two Chilean reporters detained this week.
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