Venezuela enters fourth day of blackout as Maduro blames U.S. cyberattack

A view of a building during a second day of blackout in Caracas, Venezuela March 9, 2019. REUTERS/Marco Bello

CARACAS (Reuters) – Venezuelans woke up to a fourth day of an unprecedented nationwide blackout on Sunday, leaving residents concerned about the impacts of the lack of electricity on the South American country’s health, communications and transport systems. Socialist President Nicolas Maduro – who is facing a challenge to his rule by the leader of […]

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