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Maduro's Troops Burn Trucks Full Of Humanitarian Aid For Hungry Venezuelans

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Maduro's Troops Burn Trucks Full Of Humanitarian Aid For Hungry Venezuelans

Maduro's Troops Burn Trucks Full Of Humanitarian Aid For Hungry Venezuelans

At least two people were killed and trucks loaded with foreign aid were set ablaze after Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro deployed troops and armored vehicles to turn back humanitarian assistance at border crossings with Colombia and Brazil.

According to Reuters, Maduro said he was breaking off diplomatic relations with Colombia because of its government's support of and assistance to opposition leader Juan Guiado.

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