Venezuela: Jorge Ramos & Univision crew freed after Maduro detained for 3 hours inside presidential palace

Maduro didn't like the questions Ramos was asking, per reports.

[UPDATE: The Univision TV news crew in Caracas, Venezuela has been released after President Nicolas Maduro's forces detained them inside the presidential palace for nearly 3 hours. At this time, Univision is airing special report with Jorge Ramos live by phone. He says government officials are still withholding the tapes of his interview with Maduro. -XJ]

Univision reports that Jorge Ramos and his team have been detained in Caracas, inside the Presidential palace of embattled Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro.

Jorge Ramos is a dual citizen of Mexico and the United States.

PREVIOUSLY: Tweeted Univision on Monday evening, "A @Univision team, headed by @jorgeramosnews, is being arbitrarily detained at the Miraflores Palace in Caracas. They were interviewing @NicolasMaduro but he didn't like the questions. Their technical equipment was also confiscated."

In Maduro's first interview with with an American television network in years, he accuses the U.S. government of trying to fabricate a crisis to start a war in South America.