Venezuela has accused the US of 'economic terrorism' and trying to torpedo peace talks, after the Trump administration ordered a freeze on the country's US based assets.
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.
The opposition leader has embarked on a national tour under the banner "Operation Liberty" to rally support for widespread protest against acting President Nicolas Maduro. But government supporters aren't staying silent.
Opposition leader Juan Guaido has declared himself acting president after urging supporters to take to the streets in an effort to oust President Nicolas Maduro. The US swiftly signaled its support for the move.
Interim President Juan Guaido has vowed to return to Venezuela this week, but he will make a stop in Brazil first. Brazil's president has supported Guaido and encouraged the flow of aid into Venezuela.
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