A former police pilot fired on Venezuela's Supreme Court and Interior Ministry from a helicopter. President Maduro calls it a "terrorist attack." His opponents accuse him of staging the assault.
Police have turned back protesters marching toward Venezuela's embattled supreme court. The opposition has called a new strike against the government of President Nicolas Maduro.
Nearly 7.2 million Venezuelans have taken part in an informal opposition vote against the government of leftist President Nicolas Maduro. The vote was marked by episodes of violence.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro says a chopper dropped grenades on the Supreme Court in Caracas, describing it as a "terror attack." Earlier, he threatened war if his opponents were to topple his government.
Venezuela's defense minister says new protests would be a "provocation of unpredictable consequences." The opposition is preparing for demonstrations and a two-day nationwide general strike this week.
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