President Donald Trump warns Venezuela that “all options” are on the table and demands that far left leader Nicolas Maduro unblock US aid shipments to the country.
Trucks carrying humanitarian aid are on their way to Cucuta, a Colombian city at the Venezuelan border, as ministers from more than a dozen European and Latin American states began meeting in Montevideo to negotiate a solution to the crisis as the rival leaders clashed in Caracas over allowing humanitarian aid into the impoverished country. IMAGES
Venezuelan military officers blocked a bridge on the border with Colombia ahead of an anticipated humanitarian aid shipment Tuesday, as opposition leader Juan Guaido stepped up his challenge to President Nicolas Maduro’s authority.
Colombian popstar Juanes praises the countries recognizing Juan Guaido as the interim president of Venezuela and hopes for a peaceful transition to democracy in the crisis-wracked country.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has claimed that Donald Trump ordered the Colombian government and mafia to assassinate him, but insisted that he’s well protected from the threat of assassination. READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/9nb0
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Colombian President Ivan Duque joins thousands for a march against violence and terrorism, which he called after the bombing of a police academy in Bogota that killed 20 people, as well as the attacker, that the government blamed on the leftist ELN. IMAGES
During a press conference from the site of an apparent car bomb, Colombian President Ivan Duque classifies it as a “terrorist act” and says that those responsible “will not go unpunished.” SOUNDBITE
Colombian President Ivan Duque arrives at the scene of an apparent car bomb attack on a police cadet training school in the Colombian capital that has left at least eight people dead and 10 injured, the defense ministry said. IMAGES
Relatives gather at the scene an apparent car bomb attack on a police cadet training school in the Colombian capital that has left at least eight people dead and 10 injured, the defense ministry said. IMAGES