In our news wrap Thursday, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro ordered his diplomats to leave the U.S. and accused Washington of trying to put a puppet in his place after the Trump administration backed opposition leader Juan Guaido as interim president. Also, the Democratic Republic of the Congo inaugurated a new president in its first peaceful transfer of power in nearly 60 years.
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