Alexandra Ulmer

Reuters

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Alexandra Ulmer is a reporter for Reuters in Venezuela.

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Over seven million Venezuelans voted yesterday in a symbolic referendum to reject the Maduro government's plan to rewrite the country's constitution, this after three months of…

Venezuelan opposition vows to escalate protests after referendum

Over seven million Venezuelans voted yesterday in a symbolic referendum to reject the Maduro government's plan to rewrite the country's constitution, this after three months of…

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