Demonstrators run from tear gas during clashes in Urena, Venezuela, near the border with Colombia. (AP)
A Venezuelan Bolivarian National Guard officer throws a tear gas grenade towards demonstrators in Urena, Venezuela. (AP)
People run from armed pro-government militias on motorcycles in San Antonio, Venezuela. (Michael Robinson Chavez/The Post)
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó stands on a truck carrying aid in Cutuca, Colombia. (Reuters)
Tear gas clouds the air around opposition supporters hurling projectiles at national guardsmen in San Antonio, Venezuela. (Michael Robinson Chavez/The Post)
Smoke billows from trucks that were carrying humanitarian aid on the Francisco de Paula Santander International Bridge. (Getty)
Venezuela was assessing the damage from Saturday's battles between civilians and loyalists to President Nicolás Maduro. Four people were killed and hundreds were injured. At least two aid trucks — apparently attacked by the Venezuelan security forces — went up in flames.
Maduro, meanwhile, danced at a pro-government rally, mocked the United States and broke off ties with neighboring Colombia.
The young woman, a member of Iraq's Yazidi minority, was abducted with her child and endured four years of captivity as a sex slave. Their walk to freedom, passing corpses in the darkness along the way, lasted 53 hours.
The New Jersey students drafted a bill requiring civil rights cold-case files to be collected in one place and released to the public. It may be the first time a high school class successfully crafted a bill passed by Congress.