After mass protests in Venezuela, Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland tells DW that the Lima group of American nations will support opposition leader Juan Guaido's claim to the presidency.
Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele has kicked out Nicolas Maduro's diplomatic corps, giving them two days to leave the country. But he hasn't entirely closed the door to Venezuelan representation.
Venezuela's leader Nicolas Maduro loves to speak of his hatred for the US. It makes his warm words for the enemy's currency a little puzzling. Dollarization is a reality in Venezuela but the benefits are dubious.
Thousands of Guaido supporters have protested in the capital in the latest attempt to drive Maduro from power. However, Venezuela's armed forces remain loyal to the socialist ruler.
In a USAID memo, Donald Trump's administration said that funds would go to paying salaries of Juan Guaido's interim government, local NGO's and the promotion of independent media.
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