VICE News followed three opposition supporters through the first anti-government protest of 2020 as Juan Guaido stokes a flagging movement.
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One employee of the state-run airline even poured a can of soda over the opposition leader.
In Caracas, the subway stopped and traffic lights went off, and people rushed to get home before the city went entirely dark.
With names like "Fuerza Motorizada," and "Alexis Vive," these paramilitary gangs put down protests and protect Maduro.
As recently as May, there was talk of military intervention. Now, Trump is reportedly losing interest and patience.
“This seriously damages the role of the opposition in Colombia and in Latin America”
Antiwar activists have taken over the Venezuelan embassy in D.C. and Venezuelans want it back.
“The dictatorship has kidnapped the Vice President of the Assembly at the hands of his political police,” Juan Guaidó tweeted.
“The Monroe Doctrine is alive and well in the United States.“
“We are totally abandoned.”
Juan Guaidó posted a video to Twitter that said his actions were the “final phase” of what he called “Operation Freedom."
“People will keep coming until Venezuela is left empty.”