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27 February 2019, 12:38 | Tara Lloyd
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Maduro reportedly stopped the team's interview after Ramos showed footage of Venezuelan youths eating from a garbage truck and questioned the president about the country's spiraling humanitarian crisis.
Following the interview Ramos said all his equipment was confiscated.
"This is a complete violation of the freedom of expression, a violation of human rights, a violation of the rights of all journalists", Ramos told his colleague and fellow anchor Patricia Janiot. Although several countries, including the US, have recognized Guaido as the country's interim president, Maduro refuses to step down.
Though Univision's USA news president Daniel Coronell tweeted the crew had been released and we're going back to their hotel, no phone contact has been made with the crew. They were interviewing [Maduro] but he didn't like the questions.
"Attention: A @Univision team, headed by @jorgeramosnews, is being arbitrarily detained at the Miraflores Palace in Caracas", the network tweeted out on Monday evening. He was forced into a room where they took his cell phone. "I asked him if I could call him a either a president (or) a dictator because as you know millions of Venezuelans don't consider him a president".
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Maduro and his government have been under increasing global pressure amid protests fueled by hyperinflation, power cuts and food and medicine shortages.
Kimberly Breier, the assistant secretary of state for the Western Hemisphere, said the State Department had received the news and said "we insist on their immediate release; the world is watching". "They just said to us last night that we had been expelled from the country".
"According to Rodriguez, Jorge Ramos insulted Maduro and that's why they took that decision, " Janiot said. At least seven foreign journalists who flew in to cover the turmoil were briefly detained in January.
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