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Caracas : Venezuela | Dec 19, 2009 at 2:57 PM PST
Source: Japan Today
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Venezuela — An unmanned U.S. spy plane recently violated Venezuela’s airspace and the military has been ordered to shoot down any such aircraft if it happens again, President Hugo Chavez said Sunday.   Speaking during his weekly television and radio program, Chavez said the aircraft overflew... FULL ARTICLE AT Japan Today
 
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