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Wenezuela- Maduro zrywa stosunki dyplomatyczne z USA i wyrzuca ambasadorów (15)

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(190124) -- CARACAS, Jan. 24, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Image provided by Venezuela's Presidency shows Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro (C) taking part in a rally in support of his government, at the Miraflores Palace, in Caracas, Venezuela, on Jan. 23, 2019. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Wednesday announced he was severing "diplomatic and political" ties with the United States after the U.S. authorities recognized the opposition leader Juan Guaido as the nation's interim president. (Xinhua/Venezuela's Presidency)
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Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro, waves next to first lady Cilia Flores to supporters from a balcony at Miraflores presidential palace during a rally in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. At a competing rally, opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself interim president until new elections can be held, to which Maduro responded by cutting off diplomatic relations with the United States and said American diplomats had 72 hours to leave the country. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos)
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Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro, center, and first lady Cilia Flores, left, interact with supporters from a balcony at Miraflores presidential palace during a rally in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. At a competing rally, opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself interim president until new elections can be held, to which Maduro responded by cutting off diplomatic relations with the United States and said American diplomats had 72 hours to leave the country. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos)
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Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro waves his nation's flag above supporters from a balcony at Miraflores presidential palace during a rally in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. At left is first lady Cilia Flores. At a competing rally, opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself interim president until new elections can be held, to which Maduro responded by cutting off diplomatic relations with the United States and said American diplomats had 72 hours to leave the country. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos)
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The head of Venezuela's Constituent Assembly and right-hand man of President Nicolas Maduro, Diosdado Cabello, gestures at a crowd of government supporters during a gathering in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - National Assembly head Juan Guaido proclaimed himself Venezuela's "acting president" on Wednesday in a bid to oust leftist President Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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The head of Venezuela's Constituent Assembly and right-hand man of President Nicolas Maduro, Diosdado Cabello, speaks to a crowd of government supporters during a gathering in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - National Assembly head Juan Guaido proclaimed himself Venezuela's "acting president" on Wednesday in a bid to oust leftist President Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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The head of Venezuela's Constituent Assembly and right-hand man of President Nicolas Maduro, Diosdado Cabello, speaks to a crowd of government supporters during a gathering in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - National Assembly head Juan Guaido proclaimed himself Venezuela's "acting president" on Wednesday in a bid to oust leftist President Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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The head of Venezuela's Constituent Assembly and right-hand man of President Nicolas Maduro, Diosdado Cabello, speaks to a crowd of government supporters during a gathering in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - National Assembly head Juan Guaido proclaimed himself Venezuela's "acting president" on Wednesday in a bid to oust leftist President Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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The head of Venezuela's Constituent Assembly and right-hand man of President Nicolas Maduro, Diosdado Cabello, speaks to a crowd of government supporters during a gathering in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - National Assembly head Juan Guaido proclaimed himself Venezuela's "acting president" on Wednesday in a bid to oust leftist President Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro (R), speaks to a crowd of supporters flanked by his wife Cilia Flores (C) and the head of Venezuela's Constituent Assembly Diosdado Cabello, during a gathering in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - National Assembly head Juan Guaido proclaimed himself Venezuela's "acting president" on Wednesday in a bid to oust leftist President Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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A sign reading "Maduro, illegitimate, dictator get out!" is held in a protest by Venezuelans outside their embassy in Guatemala City in support of opposition leader Juan Guaido's self-proclamation as acting president of Venezuela, on January 23, 2019. - Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself interim president Wednesday, while hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans poured onto the streets to demand an end to the government of Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Orlando ESTRADA / AFP)
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Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro (C) speaks to a crowd of supporters flanked by his wife Cilia Flores (2-L), Venezuelan Vice-president Delcy Rodriguez (R), the head of Venezuela's Constituent Assembly Diosdado Cabello, along with other members of the government, to announce he is breaking off diplomatic ties with the United States, during a gathering in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro announced on Wednesday he was breaking off diplomatic ties with the United States after counterpart Donald Trump acknowledged opposition leader Juan Guaido as the South American country's "interim president." (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro (R), flanked by his wife Cilia Flores (C), holds a Venezuelan flag while speaking from a balcony at Miraflores Presidential Palace to a crowd of supporters to announce he was breaking off diplomatic ties with the United States, during a gathering in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro announced on Wednesday he was breaking off diplomatic ties with the United States after his counterpart Donald Trump acknowledged opposition leader Juan Guaido as the South American country's "interim president." (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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Venezuelans opposed to President Nicolas Maduro hold a demonstration in Guadalajara, Jalisco state, Mexico in support of opposition leader Juan Guaido's self-proclamation as acting president of Venezuela, on January 23, 2019. (Photo by Ulises Ruiz / AFP)
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A Venezuelan resident in Costa Rica holds a sign reading "our voices are here, our hearts are in Venezuela, Maduro out" as people gather outside the house of former Costa Rican president and Nobel Peace Prize winner Oscar Arias in San Jose, Costa Rica, January 23, 2019, to thank him for his position against the government of Nicolas Maduro. - The United States and major South American nations recognised Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido as interim leader on January 23 while the EU called for free elections to restore democracy, leaving President Nicolas Maduro increasingly isolated. (Photo by Ezequiel BECERRA / AFP)
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