Maduro blames US for violence over Venezuela vote

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CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Venezuela's President-elect Nicolas Maduro is accusing the United States of inciting all the violence that has occurred in the wake of Sunday's contested elections.

Maduro charges that the U.S. Embassy has been "financing and leading all the violent acts." He says the embassy is backing what he calls "neo-Nazi groups" that he claims are behind the violence.

The United States said earlier Tuesday that it will not consider the election results valid unless the vote-by-vote recount demanded by opposition candidate Henrique Capriles is done.

Maduro is blaming Capriles for seven deaths that the government says occurred in post-election unrest.

The government has provided names of some people it says have been killed by opposition activists but has provided no evidence.

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