Venezuela’s military blocks humanitarian aid shipment

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Venezuelan military officers have blocked a bridge on the border with Colombia, ahead of an anticipated humanitarian aid shipment, as Opposition Leader: Juan Guaido stepped up his challenge to President Nicolas Maduro’s authority.

Earlier today, the opposition-dominated National Assembly warned the armed forces, not to cross a “red line” by blocking aid.
Guaido, who proclaimed himself acting President on January 23rd, claims that up to 300,000 people will face death, if the aid is not delivered.

However, Nicholas Maduro says, humanitarian aid would be the ‘forerunner’ of a US-led invasion, and insisted that “no one will enter, not one invading soldier!”

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