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Venezuela crisis: Colombia border points closed amid aid stand-off

BBC News Saturday, 23 February 2019 ()
Venezuela crisis: Colombia border points closed amid aid stand-offPressure mounts as opposition leader Juan Guaidó vows supporters will bring aid in on Saturday.
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News video: Venezuela closes Colombia border as aid dispute turns deadly

▶ Venezuela closes Colombia border as aid dispute turns deadly 02:51

Soldiers open fire on villagers near Brazil border, killing two, as Juan Guaido shows up in Colombia ahead of aid push.

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