World News: 21:51 GMT Thursday 8th August 2019. [Yahoo Business News Feed via SPi World News]
The United States often takes a leading role in calling out the world's most dangerous places, warning its people about the risks of traveling to countries that are at war, under terrorist threats, experiencing civil unrest or displaying significant anti-American sentiment. Each warning noted U.S. gun violence, and at least one was laced with a dose of political payback. Without directly naming President Donald Trump, the government of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro blamed the surge in violence on speeches emanating from Washington that are 'impregnated with racial discrimination and hatred against immigrants.' It urges Venezuelans to postpone U.S. trips.
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