In 60 Seconds: Venezuelan law to protect from aggression

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VENEZUELA: In a move designed to protect Venezuela from renewed U.S. aggression, the Venezuelan national assembly approved a special law Sunday to enable president Nicolas Maduro to pass executive orders. CUBA: U.S. assistant secretary of state Roberta Jacobson arrived in Cuba to continue talks on normalizing relations with the island. MEXICO: Acclaimed Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui has been fired from the international radio network MVS radio. BRAZIL: Government leaders in Brazil have promised to step up their fight against corruption after big anti-government demonstrations on Sunday.

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