Inside Venezuela’s Showdown: Why U.S. Aid Can’t Get Through | The Dispatch





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Published on Feb 21, 2019

President Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela has sent troops to the Colombian border to block U.S. humanitarian aid from entering his country. The opposition promises to get the aid through, but success hinges on whether the military will defy his orders. We went to the town of Cúcuta, where the impasse is building to a confrontation.

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