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The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is getting worse by the day, and it has already spread to several countries around the world. It has been declared a global pandemic. As of March 11, there are already over 566,000 confirmed cases of the coronavirus and more than 24,000 people have died from it. The situation is getting worse by the day, and we don’t know when it will get better. So what do we do?

Trump administration imposes sanctions on Iran, Venezuela

Trump administration imposes sanctions on Iran, Venezuela

Washington, Mar 17: The US on Tuesday imposed sanctions on Venezuela’s state oil company, Citgo, and Iranian oil refiner and petroleum services company, National Iranian Oil Company, in a move to cut off the country’s main source of income.

The sanctions, which were signed into law by President Donald Trump, aim to cut off revenue for the Maduro government, which has been accused of violating human rights and suppressing democratic institutions.

“The United States will continue to stand with the people of Venezuela and their representatives who seek to restore their democracy and return their country to a full and prosperous future,” the White House said in a statement.

Trump’s action comes amid an ongoing crisis in Venezuela, where more than 3 million people have fled the country, according to the United Nations.

The US sanctions are aimed at cutting off revenue for the Maduro government, which has been accused of violating human rights and suppressing democratic institutions.

Venezuela’s Supreme Court last week stripped the opposition-led National Assembly of its legislative powers and ordered a recall referendum against President Nicolas Maduro.

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