Nicholas Casey

Andes Bureau Chief for the New York Times

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Andes Bureau Chief for the New York Times, based in Caracas, Venezuela; former Middle East correspondent for the Wall Street Journal

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Venezuelan security forces opened fire on a group of protestors today at the Brazilian border – a day after President Nicolas Maduro ordered all crossings at the Brazil border closed.

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President Nicolás Maduro gave American diplomats 72 hours to leave the country. This comes after President Trump today announced support for opposition leader Juan Guaidó.

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Amadeo García García is the last man in the world who can speak the Taushiro language. His tribe once numbered in the thousands in the Amazon basin in Peru.

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