Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó stands on a truck carrying aid in Cutuca, Colombia. (Reuters)
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó stands on a truck carrying aid in Cutuca, Colombia. (Reuters)
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A demonstrator kicks a burning tire in Ureña, Venezuela. (AP)
Security forces stake out a position near a bus set on fire by demonstrators in Ureña, Venezuela. (Reuters)
Security forces stake out a position near a bus set on fire by demonstrators in Ureña, Venezuela. (Reuters)
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