Phillip Reeves

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International Correspondent covering South America for NPR.

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Violent clashes between anti-government protesters and military forces erupted today in Venezuela. It appeared to be an attempted coup.

Venezuela in crisis: Juan Guaidó calls for overthrow of President Maduro

Violent clashes between anti-government protesters and military forces erupted today in Venezuela. It appeared to be an attempted coup.

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