Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has warned that he is ready to defend his country against the United States. The embattled leader is being challenged by US-backed opposition leader Juan Guaido, who has declared himself interim president.
Is he a beacon of hope, a future president or just a US puppet? Venezuela's self-declared leader, Juan Guaido, has told DW he is confident he will prevail over Nicolas Maduro in his country's power struggle.
Self-declared interim President Juan Guaido has vowed to bring aid into the country and set up a volunteer network for citizens to participate. Nicolas Maduro denounced the aid as a planned US invasion in disguise.
Donald Trump gets good grades for his handling of the Venezuela crisis, says former US envoy Patrick Duddy. Duddy, who knows Nicolas Maduro, also explains why the embattled president will likely be forced to resign.
Venezuela's interim President Juan Guaido has urged the military to let trucks carrying food aid and medicine into the country. However, a bridge at a major crossing with Colombia remains barricaded.
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