Maduro and Trump effigies set ablaze in Venezuela Easter ritual
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An effigy of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, his US counterpart Donald Trump and many others actors of the actual political crisis were set ablaze Sunday in Caracas, during the Easter "Burning of Judas", a tradition in which Venezuelans torch effigies of the devil and of public figures they dislike.
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