Venezuela’s opposition will use oil export proceeds collected in a U.S.-based fund to finance its attempts to overthrow the government of Nicolas Maduro, Reuters reports, citing Carlos Paparoni, a Venezuelan MP from the opposition. The fund, about which Paparoni gave no details, was set up after last month Washington imposed a new set of sanctions on Venezuela’s state oil company PDVSA, which included cutting off its access to sales proceeds for the crude it sells to U.S. refiners. U.S. government officials have said there is a way…