Venezuela: Maduro blames US, Colombia after failed 'assassination attempt'

«There was a second explosion behind some stands where there were families and officials on my right side. Which is what you see in the images of people running because they feel the explosive, the explosive blow and the rest of the people there also protecting themselves, running and walking, protecting themselves from the explosion which you can hear.» «Without a doubt we have revealed the... Еще situation in record time. This was an attempt to kill me. Today they attempted to assassinate me and I have no doubt that everything points to the Right [Venezuelan opposition], the Venezuelan Far-Right in alliance with the Colombian Far-Right and that the name of [Colombian President] Juan Manuel Santos is behind this attempt. I have no doubt.» Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro spoke at the Miraflores Palace in Caracas, Saturday, after surviving an apparent assassination attempt just hours earlier, while giving a speech at a military event in the capital. Seven National Guard soldiers were injured after explosions interrupted Maduro during a speech to mark the 81st anniversary of the Bolivarian National Guard of Venezuela. Maduro and other government members were unharmed in the attack. The explosions were reportedly from explosives-laden drones.

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