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Feb 13, 2019
12:20PM

Venezuela: Juan Guaidó told supporters that humanitarian aid will be brought

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In Venezuela, opposition leader Juan Guaidó has told thousands of his supporters that humanitarian aid will be brought in, despite opposition from President Nicolás Maduro. 


He also told a rally in Caracas that President Maduro, who he called the usurper, has to leave. President Maduro earlier told BBC he would not allow aid in as it was a way for the US to justify an intervention. The US and most Western governments have recognised Mr Guaidó as interim president.


Mr. Maduro, who is backed by Russia and China, is under pressure to call early Presidential elections amid a worsening economic crisis and accusations of widespread corruption and human rights violations.

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