Venezuela's National Guard fired tear gas at protesters who were trying to clear a barricaded border bridge to Colombia. Venezuela's National Guard fired tear gas at protesters clearing a barricaded border bridge between Venezuela and Colombia on Saturday, heightening tensions over blocked humanitarian aid that opposition leader Juan Guaido has vowed to bring into the country despite objections from President Nicolas Maduro. Throughout the turbulent day, as police and protesters squared off two bridges connecting Venezuela to Colombia, Guaido made repeated calls for the military to join him in the fight against Maduro's "dictatorship".
Acevedo, 26, wants to join together with fellow Venezuelan women and escort the food and medicine across the border from Colombia. Her bet is that a group of hungry and suffering mothers, sisters and daughters can convince the soldiers to break with President Nicolas Maduro and let the US aid shipments pass. Maduro, who is locked in a power struggle with opposition leader and self-declared interim president Juan Guaido, refuses to let the aid through.
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CUCUTA, Colombia Reuters - Wearing camouflage shirts and combat boots, a Venezuelan militia group stands in formation in the Colombian city of Cucuta as their commander, a former Venezuelan army sergeant, outlines plans to seize towns across the border before heading to Caracas to help oust President Nicolas Maduro. Eight men, who said they were defectors from Venezuelan police, army and intelligence services, had gathered near the two nations' tense frontier, from where they said they will lead an attack aimed at overthrowing Maduro and handing the reins of power to opposition leader Juan Guaido. Dubbing their planned offensive "Operation Venezuela," the ex-army sergeant, Eddier Rodriguez, said there were around men ready to take part with his group.
In one dramatic high point, a group of activists led by exiled lawmakers managed to escort three flatbed trucks of aid past the halfway point into Venezuela when they were repelled by security forces. In a flash the cargo caught fire, with some eyewitnesses claiming the National Guardsmen doused a tarp covering the boxes with gas before setting it on fire. As a black cloud rose above, the activists — protecting their faces from the fumes with vinegar-soaked cloths — unloaded the boxes by hand in a human chain stretching back to the Colombian side of the bridge.
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Four trucks loaded with humanitarian aid and carrying dozens of volunteers Saturday tried to force their way across the Venezuelan border from Colombia, TV images showed. The trucks tried to enter Venezuela from the Tienditas bridge, separating the Colombian town of Cucuta from Urena in Venezuela where rioting broke out earlier Saturday. Meanwhile, Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Gauido announced Saturday that a first shipment of humanitarian aid had entered Venezuela through its border with Brazil, deying a blockade by President Nicolas Maduro.
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A total of members of Venezuela's armed forces have deserted embattled President Nicolas Maduro and crossed the border into Colombia since Saturday, Bogota's migration service said Tuesday. Most of the deserting soldiers slipped into Colombia in the same area as the main border crossing blocked by Venezuela's military, Migration Colombia said. The migration service's director Christian Kruger said the personnel were fleeing Maduro's "dictatorship" and the "pressure" exerted by the armed civilian militias known as colectivos.
Colombian police escort a Venezuelan soldier who defected at the Simon Bolivar international bridge, where Venezuelans tried to deliver humanitarian aid despite objections from President Nicolas Maduro, in Cucuta, Colombia, Saturday, Feb. Opposition leader Juan Guaido says the military is key to restoring democracy in Venezuela, although masses of soldiers appear to remain loyal to Maduro. A Venezuelan National Guard, center, deserts his post as Colombian Police escort him after he managed to cross the Simon Bolivar International Bridge where his fellow guardsmen are blocking the entry of U. The delivery of humanitarian aid to the economically devastated nation has faltered amid strong resistance from security forces who remain loyal to Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.