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The Commander in Chief of Bolivarian National Armed Forces of Venezuela, Vladimir Padrino, speaks next to Colombia's Brigadier General Gustavo Moreno (L) during a press conference to inform about the creation of a Binational Centre for the Coordination of Operations Against Smuggling, in San Cristobal, Venezuela, on August 11, 2014. Venezuela said Monday it has deployed 17,000 troops along the Colombian border to combat gasoline smuggling, as it prepared to seal the frontier nightly to stanch multi-billion-dollar annual losses. Oil-rich Venezuela has some of the world's cheapest gasoline, as well as price controls that can make food and commodities up to 10 times less expensive than in Colombia. The Venezuelan government estimates that 40 percent of the country's basic commodities are smuggled across the border with Colombia, plus 100,000 barrels of oil, equivalent to annual losses of $3.7 billion. AFP PHOTO/FEDERICO PARRA        (Photo credit should read FEDERICO PARRA/AFP/Getty Images)
The Commander in Chief of Bolivarian National Armed Forces of Venezuela, Vladimir Padrino, speaks next to Colombia's Brigadier General Gustavo Moreno (L) during a press conference to inform about the creation of a Binational Centre for the Coordination of Operations Against Smuggling, in San Cristobal, Venezuela, on August 11, 2014. Venezuela said Monday it has deployed 17,000 troops along the Colombian border to combat gasoline smuggling, as it prepared to seal the frontier nightly to stanch multi-billion-dollar annual losses. Oil-rich Venezuela has some of the world's cheapest gasoline, as well as price controls that can make food and commodities up to 10 times less expensive than in Colombia. The Venezuelan government estimates that 40 percent of the country's basic commodities are smuggled across the border with Colombia, plus 100,000 barrels of oil, equivalent to annual losses of $3.7 billion. AFP PHOTO/FEDERICO PARRA        (Photo credit should read FEDERICO PARRA/AFP/Getty Images)

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El ministro de Defensa de Venezuela, Vladimir Padrino López, mantiene un operativo activo para para capturar a los responsables del ataque al fuerte militar Paramacay , ocurrido en el estado Carabobo este domingo. Padrino insiste que se trató de un ataque terrorista.

Padrino López insiste que "ataque terrorista" a Paramacay se gestó en el exterior

El ministro de Defensa de Venezuela, Vladimir Padrino López, mantiene un operativo activo para para capturar a los responsables del ataque al fuerte militar Paramacay , ocurrido en el estado Carabobo este domingo. Padrino insiste que se trató de un ataque terrorista.