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Juan Guaido, the Venezuelan opposition leader, takes a call from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada, in Caracas, Feb. 3, 2019. The young lawmaker, in perpetual motion as he fields calls from world leaders and visits ordinary Venezuelans, sees a clear, if daunting, path to ousting Nicol?s Maduro. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
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Juan Guaido, right, the Venezuelan opposition leader, with Ana Cecilia Buitrago, whose son, Jhonny Godoy, was killed by government security forces during a recent demonstration against the government of Nicol?s Maduro, in Caracas, Feb. 3, 2019. The young lawmaker, in perpetual motion as he fields calls from world leaders and visits ordinary Venezuelans, sees a clear, if daunting, path to ousting Maduro. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
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In this handout photo released by the Miraflores Presidential Press Office, Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro flashes a V for Victory hand gesture after arriving at the Fort Tiuna military base in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019. Since opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself interim president last week with the support of the U.S. and other nations, Maduro has appeared almost daily on state TV with his military, projecting an image of invincibility even as international pressure against him builds. (Marcelo Garcia/Miraflores Presidential Press Office via AP)
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Opposition demostrators hold signs with legends against the government of President Nicolas Maduro and in demand of early elections, during a protest called by opposition leader and self-proclaimed "acting president" Juan Guaido, at Altamira square in Caracas on January 30, 2019. - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro hit out Wednesday at military "mercenaries" he says are conspiring to divide the armed forces and plot a coup as the opposition planned a new protest to force the socialist leader from power. (Photo by Yuri CORTEZ / AFP)
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An opposition demonstrators waves a Venezuelan national flag during a protest against the government of President Nicolas Maduro, called by opposition leader and self-proclaimed "acting president" Juan Guaido, at Altamira square in Caracas on January 30, 2019. - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro hit out Wednesday at military "mercenaries" he says are conspiring to divide the armed forces and plot a coup as the opposition planned a new protest to force the socialist leader from power. (Photo by Yuri CORTEZ / AFP)
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Members of the Bolivarian National Police (PNB) stand guard near "Dr. JM de los Rios" Children's Hospital in Caracas, during a protest against the government of President Nicolas Maduro and in demand of humanitarian aid, called by opposition leader and self-proclaimed "acting president" Juan Guaido, on January 30, 2019. - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro hit out Wednesday at military "mercenaries" he says are conspiring to divide the armed forces and plot a coup as the opposition planned a new protest to force the socialist leader from power. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
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5767788 30.01.2019 Juan Guaido, self-proclaimed Interim President of Venezuela, talks with supporters during a meeting at Hospital Universitario de Caracas, in Caracas, Venezuela. On December 22, the opposition-run Venezuelan National Assembly adopted a statement declaring President Maduro an usurper. On December 23, Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself the country's Interim President at a mass rally in Caracas, and U.S. President Donald Trump has recognized Guaido as Venezuela's Interim President. Leo Alvarez / Sputnik
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5767791 30.01.2019 Supporters of Juan Guaido, self-proclaimed Interim President of Venezuela, take part in protests at the Hospital Universitario de Caracas, in Caracas, Venezuela. On December 22, the opposition-run Venezuelan National Assembly adopted a statement declaring President Maduro an usurper. On December 23, Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself the country's Interim President at a mass rally in Caracas, and U.S. President Donald Trump has recognized Guaido as Venezuela's Interim President. Leo Alvarez / Sputnik
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5767785 30.01.2019 Juan Guaido, self-proclaimed Interim President of Venezuela, talks with supporters during a meeting at Hospital Universitario de Caracas, in Caracas, Venezuela. On December 22, the opposition-run Venezuelan National Assembly adopted a statement declaring President Maduro an usurper. On December 23, Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself the country's Interim President at a mass rally in Caracas, and U.S. President Donald Trump has recognized Guaido as Venezuela's Interim President. Leo Alvarez / Sputnik
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5767787 30.01.2019 Juan Guaido, self-proclaimed Interim President of Venezuela, talks with supporters during a meeting at the Hospital Universitario de Caracas, in Caracas, Venezuela. On December 22, the opposition-run Venezuelan National Assembly adopted a statement declaring President Maduro an usurper. On December 23, Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself the country's Interim President at a mass rally in Caracas, and U.S. President Donald Trump has recognized Guaido as Venezuela's Interim President. Leo Alvarez / Sputnik
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Juan Guaido, the Venezuelan opposition leader, arrives to a session of the National Assembly, in Caracas, Jan. 29, 2019. The young lawmaker, in perpetual motion as he fields calls from world leaders and visits ordinary Venezuelans, sees a clear, if daunting, path to ousting Nicol?s Maduro. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
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Venezuela's National Assembly head and self-proclaimed "acting president" Juan Guaido, arrives at the National Assembly in Caracas to attend a session on January 29, 2019. - Guaido proclaimed himself acting president on January 23, during a mass street rally that brought out tens of thousands of people to protest against Maduro, whom they blame for an economic meltdown that has left millions of Venezuelans in poverty and forced millions out of the country. (Photo by Yuri CORTEZ / AFP)
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The logo of Venezuelan state-owned oil company PDVSA, is seen at a gas station in Caracas, on January 29, 2019. - The United States announced sanctions against Venezuela's state oil company Monday in a coordinated effort with the main opposition leader to cripple embattled President Nicolas Maduro's power base. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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Venezuela's National Assembly head and self-proclaimed "acting president" Juan Guaido, arrives at the National Assembly in Caracas to attend a session on January 29, 2019. - The United States said Tuesday that it has handed control of Venezuela's bank accounts in the United States to Juan Guaido, the opposition leader whom Washington has recognized as interim president. (Photo by Yuri CORTEZ / AFP)
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Venezuela's National Assembly head and self-proclaimed "acting president" Juan Guaido, talks to journalists upon arrival at the National Assembly in Caracas to attend a session on January 29, 2019. - The United States said Tuesday that it has handed control of Venezuela's bank accounts in the United States to Juan Guaido, the opposition leader whom Washington has recognized as interim president. (Photo by Yuri CORTEZ / AFP)
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A man counts Bolivar bills in a street of Caracas on January 29, 2019. - Venezuela devalued its currency by almost 35 percent on Monday to bring it into line with the exchange rate of the dollar on the black market. The exchange rate is now fixed at 3,200 bolivars to the dollar, almost matching the 3,118.62 offered on the dolartoday.com site that acts as the reference for the black market. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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Venezuelan Prosecutor Tarek William Saab, delivers a statement at the Supreme Court of Justice in Caracas to announce he has barred Venezuela's National Assembly head and self-proclaimed "acting president" Juan Guaido, from leaving Venezuela and has freezed his assets, on January 29, 2019. (Photo by Federico Parra / AFP)
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Venezuela's National Assembly head and self-proclaimed "acting president" Juan Guaido, waves upon arrival at the National Assembly in Caracas on January 29, 2019. - Venezuela's Attorney General Tarek William Saab asked the Supreme Court on Tuesday to bar self-proclaimed acting president and opposition leader Juan Guaido from leaving the country and to freeze his assets. (Photo by Yuri CORTEZ / AFP)
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Venezuela's National Assembly head and self-proclaimed "acting president" Juan Guaido, speaks during a session at the National Assembly in Caracas on January 29, 2019. - Venezuela's Attorney General Tarek William Saab asked the Supreme Court on Tuesday to bar self-proclaimed acting president and opposition leader Juan Guaido from leaving the country and to freeze his assets. (Photo by Yuri CORTEZ / AFP)
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Venezuela's National Assembly head and self-proclaimed "acting president" Juan Guaido, gestures during a session at the National Assembly in Caracas on January 29, 2019. - Venezuela's Attorney General Tarek William Saab asked the Supreme Court on Tuesday to bar self-proclaimed acting president and opposition leader Juan Guaido from leaving the country and to freeze his assets. (Photo by Yuri CORTEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Handout picture released by the Venezuelan presidency showing Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro (C) and Defence Minister Vladimir Padrino (2-R) running with others officials during military exercises at Fort Paramacay in Naguanagua, Carabobo State, Venezuela, on January 27, 2019. - Maduro on Sunday rejected a European ultimatum that he call elections as opposition rival Juan Guaido stepped up appeals to the military to turn against the leftist government. (Photo by Marcelo GARCIA / Venezuelan Presidency / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / VENEZUELAN PRESIDENCY / MARCELO GARCIA" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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TOPSHOT - Venezuela's National Assembly head and self-proclaimed "acting president" Juan Guaido (C), accompanied by his wife Fabiana Rosales (R) and his mother Norka Marquez (L) is greeted by a supporter during a mass in honour to the fallen in the fight for freedom, political prisoners and the exiled, at the San Jose church in Caracas on January 27, 2019. - Guaido, who has galvanized a previously divided opposition, is offering an amnesty approved by the opposition-controlled National Assembly to anyone in the military who disavows President Nicolas Maduro, even suggesting amnesty for Maduro himself. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Venezuela's National Assembly head and self-proclaimed "acting president" Juan Guaido (L) looks at his wife Fabiana Rosales during a mass in honour to the fallen in the fight for freedom, political prisoners and the exiled, at the San Jose church in Caracas on January 27, 2019. - Guaido, who has galvanized a previously divided opposition, is offering an amnesty approved by the opposition-controlled National Assembly to anyone in the military who disavows President Nicolas Maduro, even suggesting amnesty for Maduro himself. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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Juan Guaido, the opposition leader who proclaimed himself Venezuela's rightful leader, with his mother, Norka M?rquez, left, and wife, Fabiana Rosales, at Sunday Mass at the San Jose Catholic Church in Caracas, Jan. 27, 2019. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
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Juan Guaido, the opposition leader who proclaimed himself Venezuela's rightful leader, at Sunday Mass at the San Jose Catholic Church in Caracas, Jan. 27, 2019. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on January 27, 2019 Venezuela's National Assembly head and self-proclaimed "acting president" Juan Guaido speaks to the press after attending a mass in honour to the fallen in the fight for freedom, political prisoners and the exiled, at the San Jose church in Caracas. - The United States said January 29, 2019 that it has handed control of Venezuela's bank accounts in the United States to Juan Guaido, the opposition leader whom Washington has recognized as interim president.Secretary of State Mike Pompeo signed off on the order last week for Guaido to control holdings in the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and federally insured banks, the State Department said. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Venezuelan opposition supporters holding up letters reading "Justice" gather to listen to the head of Venezuela's National Assembly and the country's self-proclaimed "acting president" Juan Guaido, during a rally in Caracas, on January 26, 2019. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - The head of Venezuela's National Assembly and the country's self-proclaimed "acting president" Juan Guaido (R) speaks next to his wife Fabiana Rosales (C) and activist Lilian Tintori (L), wife of Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez, to a crowd of opposition supporters in Caracas, on January 26, 2019. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A government supporter taking part in a rally in support of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro holds a doll of the president, on January 26, 2019 in Caracas. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo participates in a vote at the start of the United Nations Security Council meeting at the U.N. Headquarters, Saturday, Jan. 26, 2019. Pompeo encouraged the council to recognize Juan Guaido as the constitutional interim President of Venezuela. (AP Photo/Kevin Hagen).
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A woman holds a sign that reading, "Venezuela deserves change" at a rally in Caracas, Jan. 26, 2018. Several European governments on Saturday edged closer to recognizing the opposition leader Juan Guaido as Venezuela's interim leader, saying they would do so unless President Nicol?s Maduro agrees to new elections. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
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Juan Guaido, the the opposition lawmaker who has declared himself Venezuela's interim president, speaks at a rally in Caracas, Venezuela, Jan. 26, 2018. Several European governments on Saturday edged closer to recognizing Guaido as Venezuela's interim leader, saying they would do so unless President Nicol?s Maduro agreed to hold new elections. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
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Juan Guaido, the the opposition lawmaker who has declared himself Venezuela's interim president, speaks at a rally in Caracas, Venezuela, Jan. 26, 2018. Several European governments on Saturday edged closer to recognizing Guaido as Venezuela's interim leader, saying they would do so unless President Nicol?s Maduro agreed to hold new elections. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
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Juan Guaido, the the opposition lawmaker who has declared himself Venezuela's interim president, speaks at a rally in Caracas, Venezuela, Jan. 26, 2018. Several European governments on Saturday edged closer to recognizing Guaido as Venezuela's interim leader, saying they would do so unless President Nicol?s Maduro agreed to hold new elections. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
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People walk by graffiti mocking President Nicol?s Maduro's indulgence at a "Salt Bae" steak house, in Caracas, Venezuela, Jan. 26, 2019. President Nicol?s Maduro's government has for now not disrupted rallies for Juan Guaido, who argues that the presidency became technically vacant after Maduro was sworn after an election widely seen as rigged. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
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JRETRANSMISSION TO CORRECT YEAR TO 2019 -- Juan Guaido, the the opposition lawmaker who has declared himself Venezuela's interim president, speaks at a rally in Caracas, Venezuela, Jan. 26, 2019. Several European governments on Saturday edged closer to recognizing Guaido as Venezuela's interim leader, saying they would do so unless President Nicol?s Maduro agreed to hold new elections. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
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RETRANSMISSION TO CORRECT YEAR TO 2019 -- Juan Guaido, the the opposition lawmaker who has declared himself Venezuela's interim president, speaks at a rally in Caracas, Venezuela, Jan. 26, 2019. Several European governments on Saturday edged closer to recognizing Guaido as Venezuela's interim leader, saying they would do so unless President Nicol?s Maduro agreed to hold new elections. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
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RETRANSMISSION TO CORRECT YEAR TO 2019 -- A demonstrator with a Venezuelan flag on the streets of Caracas, Venezuela, Jan. 26, 2019. President Nicol?s Maduro's government has for now not disrupted rallies for Juan Guaido, who argues that the presidency became technically vacant after Maduro was sworn after an election widely seen as rigged. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
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RETRANSMISSION TO CORRECT YEAR TO 2019 -- Supporters at a rally where Juan Guaido, the the opposition lawmaker who has declared himself Venezuela's interim president, spoke in Caracas, Venezuela, Jan. 26, 2019. Several European governments on Saturday edged closer to recognizing Guaido as Venezuela's interim leader. The sign reads "Enough of the killing of youth." (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
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RETRANSMISSION TO CORRECT YEAR TO 2019 -- Opposition politicians hand out pamphlets touting an amnesty bill for political prisoners, at a rally in Caracas, Venezuela, Jan. 26, 2019. Several European governments on Saturday edged closer to recognizing the opposition leader Juan Guaido as Venezuela's interim leader, saying they would do so unless President Nicol?s Maduro agrees to new elections. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
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TOPSHOT - (COMBO) This combination of pictures created on January 25, 2019 shows Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido (L) speaking to opposition supporters at the Central University of Caracas (UCV) in Caracas, on January 21, 2019 and Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro offering a press conference in Caracas, on January 25, 2019. - Venezuela's opposition leader and self-proclaimed "acting president" Juan Guaido stepped up his campaign to oust President Nicolas Maduro on January 25, 2019 calling for a "major demonstration" and rejecting an offer of talks with the socialist leader. (Photo by Yuri CORTEZ / AFP)
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RETRANSMISSION TO CORRECT YEAR TO 2019 -- An American flag flies at The United States embassy in Caracas, Venezuela, Jan. 25, 2019. Several European governments on Saturday edged closer to recognizing the opposition leader Juan Guaido as Venezuela's interim leader, saying they would do so unless President Nicol?s Maduro agrees to new elections. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
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Venezuela's National Assembly head and the country's self-proclaimed "acting president" Juan Guaido (C), leaves after speaking to a crowd of opposition supporters at Bolivar Square in Chacao, eastern Caracas, on January 25, 2019. - Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido called Friday for a "major demonstration" next week to demand the resignation of President Nicolas Maduro, in his first public appearance since declaring himself "acting president" two days ago. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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Venezuela's National Assembly head and the country's self-proclaimed "acting president" Juan Guaido (C), speaks to a crowd of opposition supporters at Bolivar Square in Chacao, eastern Caracas, on January 25, 2019. - Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido called Friday for a "major demonstration" next week to demand the resignation of President Nicolas Maduro, in his first public appearance since declaring himself "acting president" two days ago. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
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A crowd of opposition supporters listen to Venezuela's National Assembly head and the country's self-proclaimed "acting president" Juan Guaido (out of frame), at Bolivar Square in Chacao, eastern Caracas, on January 25, 2019. - Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido called Friday for a "major demonstration" next week to demand the resignation of President Nicolas Maduro, in his first public appearance since declaring himself "acting president" two days ago. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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A pilgrim holds a sign asking Pope Francis to call her as she waits for him to arrive to celebrate an outdoor Mass in Panama City, Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019. Pope Francis has arrived in Panama amid a political crisis in nearby Venezuela, a migration standoff over the proposed U.S.-Mexico border wall and tens of thousands of wildly excited young Central Americans welcoming him. (AP Photo/Arnulfo Franco), APTOPIX
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TOPSHOT - Venezuelans opposed to President Nicolas Maduro hold a demonstration in Bogota, Colombia in support of opposition leader Juan Guaido's self-proclamation as acting president of Venezuela, on January 23, 2019. (Photo by Juan BARRETO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - People hold a Venezuelan flag near a paper star reading "Juan Guaido President of Venezuela" placed on the Hollywood Walk of Fame during a demonstration held by Venezuelans in support of Guaido in Hollywood on January 23, 2019. - The United States and major South American nations recognised Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido as interim leader on January 23 while the EU called for free elections to restore democracy, leaving President Nicolas Maduro increasingly isolated. (Photo by Javier TOVAR / AFP)
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(190124) -- CARACAS, Jan. 24, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Image provided by Venezuela's Presidency shows Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro (C) taking part in a rally in support of his government, at the Miraflores Palace, in Caracas, Venezuela, on Jan. 23, 2019. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Wednesday announced he was severing "diplomatic and political" ties with the United States after the U.S. authorities recognized the opposition leader Juan Guaido as the nation's interim president. (Xinhua/Venezuela's Presidency)
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(190124) -- CARACAS, Jan. 24, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Image provided by Venezuela's Presidency shows Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro (C) taking part in a rally in support of his government, at the Miraflores Palace, in Caracas, Venezuela, on Jan. 23, 2019. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Wednesday announced he was severing "diplomatic and political" ties with the United States after the U.S. authorities recognized the opposition leader Juan Guaido as the nation's interim president. (Xinhua/Venezuela's Presidency)
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People hold signs and pose for pictures as they protest against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro with about 150 other people on the Ocala Downtown Square in Ocala, Fla., Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. The protestors in Ocala joined thousands of Venezuelans who took to the streets in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, answering the opposition's call for a nationwide protest to rid Maduro from the office. (Bruce Ackerman/Star-Banner via AP)
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Venezuelans opposed to President Nicolas Maduro hold a demonstration in Bogota, Colombia in support of opposition leader Juan Guaido's self-proclamation as acting president of Venezuela, on January 23, 2019. (Photo by Juan BARRETO / AFP)
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5761320 24.01.2019 Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro attends a ceremony to mark the opening of the judicial year at the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ), in Caracas, Venezuela. Maduro said that he would not leave his office until the end of his second presidential term in 2025. On December 22, the opposition-run Venezuelan National Assembly adopted a statement declaring President Maduro a usurper. On December 23, Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself the country's interim president at a mass rally in Caracas, and U.S. President Donald Trump has recognized Guaido as Venezuela's interim president. Stringer / Sputnik
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5761275 24.01.2019 Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro arrives for a ceremony to mark the opening of the judicial year at the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ), in Caracas, Venezuela. Maduro said that he would not leave his office until the end of his second presidential term in 2025. On December 22, the opposition-run Venezuelan National Assembly adopted a statement declaring President Maduro a usurper. On December 23, Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself the country's interim president at a mass rally in Caracas, and U.S. President Donald Trump has recognized Guaido as Venezuela's interim president. Stringer / Sputnik
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5761322 24.01.2019 Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, right, attends a ceremony to mark the opening of the judicial year at the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ), in Caracas, Venezuela. Maduro said that he would not leave his office until the end of his second presidential term in 2025. On December 22, the opposition-run Venezuelan National Assembly adopted a statement declaring President Maduro a usurper. On December 23, Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself the country's interim president at a mass rally in Caracas, and U.S. President Donald Trump has recognized Guaido as Venezuela's interim president. Stringer / Sputnik
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5761280 24.01.2019 Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro waves as he arrives for a ceremony to mark the opening of the judicial year at the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ), in Caracas, Venezuela. Maduro said that he would not leave his office until the end of his second presidential term in 2025. On December 22, the opposition-run Venezuelan National Assembly adopted a statement declaring President Maduro a usurper. On December 23, Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself the country's interim president at a mass rally in Caracas, and U.S. President Donald Trump has recognized Guaido as Venezuela's interim president. Stringer / Sputnik
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Anti-government protesters hold their hands up during the symbolic swearing-in of Juan Guaido, head of the opposition-run congress who declared himself interim president of Venezuela during a rally demanding President Nicolas Maduro's resignation in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano), APTOPIX, APTOPIX
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Anti-government protesters hold their hands up during the symbolic swearing-in of Juan Guaido, head of the opposition-run congress who declared himself interim president of Venezuela until elections can be called, during a rally demanding President Nicolas Maduro's resignation in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. Venezuela's crisis quickly escalated as the opposition leader backed by the Trump administration declared himself interim president in a direct challenge to Maduro, who retaliated by breaking off relations with the United States, his biggest trade partner. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano), APTOPIX
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Venezuelan Bolivarian National Guard soldiers detain an anti-government protester, whose face they covered, after a rally demanding the resignation of President Nicolas Maduro in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. The head of Venezuela's opposition-run congress declared himself interim president at the rally, until new elections can be called. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano), APTOPIX
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An anti-government protester covers her face with a Venezuelan flag, and uses toothpaste around her eyes to help lessen the effect of tear gas, during clashes with security forces after a rally demanding the resignation of President Nicolas Maduro in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. The head of Venezuela's opposition-run congress declared himself interim president at the rally, until new elections can be called. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano), APTOPIX
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An anti-government protester wears a makeshift gas mask to protect himself from tear gas, during clashes with security forces after a rally demanding the resignation of President Nicolas Maduro in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. The head of Venezuela's opposition-run congress declared himself interim president at the rally, until new elections can be called. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano), APTOPIX
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A Venezuelan, anti-government protester wears a headband with the colors of the Venezuelan flag and the Spanish word "Hope" during a demonstration in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. Hundreds of people, mostly Venezuelan migrants, held a rally against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and in favor of Juan Guaido, head of Venezuela's opposition-run congress who today proclaimed himself president of the South American nation. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko), APTOPIX
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TOPSHOT - CORRECTION - Venezuelan opposition supporters take part in a a march on the anniversary of 1958 uprising that overthrew military dictatorship in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - At least four people have died following overnight clashes ahead of Wednesday's rival protests in Venezuela by supporters and opponents of President Nicolas Maduro, two days after a failed mutiny by soldiers hoping to spark a movement that would overthrow Maduro, police and non-governmental organizations said. (Photo by Federico Parra / AFP) / "The erroneous mention[s] appearing in the metadata of this photo by Federico Parra has been modified in AFP systems in the following manner: [2019] instead of [2018]. Please immediately remove the erroneous mention[s] from all your online services and delete it (them) from your servers. If you have been authorized by AFP to distribute it (them) to third parties, please ensure that the same actions are carried out by them. Failure to promptly comply with these instructions will entail liability on your part for any continued or post notification usage. Therefore we thank you very much for all your attention and prompt action. We are sorry for the inconvenience this notification may cause and remain at your disposal for any further information you may require."
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TOPSHOT - A man walks by a car that was vandalised in Caracas on the eve of a march called by Venezuelan opposition on the anniversary of 1958 uprising that overthrew military dictatorship, on January 23, 2019. - At least four people have died following overnight clashes ahead of Wednesday's rival protests in Venezuela by supporters and opponents of President Nicolas Maduro, two days after a failed mutiny by soldiers hoping to spark a movement that would overthrow Maduro, police and non-governmental organizations said. (Photo by LUIS ROBAYO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Venezuelan opposition supporters take to the streets to protest against the government of President Nicolas Maduro, on the anniversary of 1958 uprising that overthrew military dictatorship in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - At least four people died in overnight clashes in Venezuela as opposition supporters and regime loyalists prepared for rival rallies Wednesday, in the wake of a failed military mutiny against President Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A supporter of President Nicolas Maduro's government wears a beret with a button depicting Argentine-born revolutionary leader Ernesto "Che" Guevara , while taking part in a march, on the anniversary of 1958 uprising that overthrew military dictatorship in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - At least four people died in overnight clashes in Venezuela as opposition supporters and regime loyalists prepared for rival rallies Wednesday, in the wake of a failed military mutiny against President Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Supporters of President Nicolas Maduro's government take part in a march in response to opposition supporters protests, on the anniversary of 1958 uprising that overthrew military dictatorship in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - At least four people died in overnight clashes in Venezuela as opposition supporters and regime loyalists prepared for rival rallies Wednesday, in the wake of a failed military mutiny against President Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido declares himself the country's "acting president" during a mass opposition rally against leader Nicolas Maduro, on the anniversary of a 1958 uprising that overthrew military dictatorship in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - Moments earlier, the loyalist-dominated Supreme Court ordered a criminal investigation of the opposition-controlled legislature. "I swear to formally assume the national executive powers as acting president of Venezuela to end the usurpation, (install) a transitional government and hold free elections," said Guaido as thousands of supporters cheered. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido declares himself the country's "acting president" during a mass opposition rally against leader Nicolas Maduro, on the anniversary of a 1958 uprising that overthrew military dictatorship in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - Moments earlier, the loyalist-dominated Supreme Court ordered a criminal investigation of the opposition-controlled legislature. "I swear to formally assume the national executive powers as acting president of Venezuela to end the usurpation, (install) a transitional government and hold free elections," said Guaido as thousands of supporters cheered. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Venezuelan opposition demonstrators, chant slogans during a protest against the government of President Nicolas Maduro, on the anniversary of 1958 uprising that overthrew military dictatorship in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido declared himself the country's "acting president" on Wednesday during a mass opposition rally against leader Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido speaks to the crowd during a mass opposition rally against leader Nicolas Maduro in which he declared himself the country's "acting president", on the anniversary of a 1958 uprising that overthrew a military dictatorship, in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - "I swear to formally assume the national executive powers as acting president of Venezuela to end the usurpation, (install) a transitional government and hold free elections," said Guaido as thousands of supporters cheered. Moments earlier, the loyalist-dominated Supreme Court ordered a criminal investigation of the opposition-controlled legislature. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - People listen to Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido (out of frame) during a mass opposition rally against leader Nicolas Maduro in which he declared himself the country's "acting president", on the anniversary of a 1958 uprising that overthrew a military dictatorship, in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - "I swear to formally assume the national executive powers as acting president of Venezuela to end the usurpation, (install) a transitional government and hold free elections," said Guaido as thousands of supporters cheered. Moments earlier, the loyalist-dominated Supreme Court ordered a criminal investigation of the opposition-controlled legislature. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A man holds a cardboard with empty packages of different products and their prices, during a mass opposition rally against leader Nicolas Maduro in which Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido (out of frame) declared himself the country's "acting president", on the anniversary of a 1958 uprising that overthrew a military dictatorship, in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - "I swear to formally assume the national executive powers as acting president of Venezuela to end the usurpation, (install) a transitional government and hold free elections," said Guaido as thousands of supporters cheered. Moments earlier, the loyalist-dominated Supreme Court ordered a criminal investigation of the opposition-controlled legislature. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido, speaks to the crowd during a mass opposition rally against leader Nicolas Maduro in which he declared himself the country's "acting president", on the anniversary of a 1958 uprising that overthrew military dictatorship, in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - "I swear to formally assume the national executive powers as acting president of Venezuela to end the usurpation, (install) a transitional government and hold free elections," said Guaido as thousands of supporters cheered. Moments earlier, the loyalist-dominated Supreme Court ordered a criminal investigation of the opposition-controlled legislature. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - The head of Venezuela's Constituent Assembly and right-hand man of President Nicolas Maduro, Diosdado Cabello, speaks to a crowd of government supporters during a gathering in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - National Assembly head Juan Guaido proclaimed himself Venezuela's "acting president" on Wednesday in a bid to oust leftist President Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Opposition demonstrators clash with security forces during a protest against the government of President Nicolas Maduro on the anniversary of the 1958 uprising that overthrew the military dictatorship, in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido declared himself the country's "acting president" on Wednesday during a mass opposition rally against leader Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Yuri CORTEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Opposition demonstrators use a makeshift shield as they clash with security forces during a protest against the government of President Nicolas Maduro on the anniversary of the 1958 uprising that overthrew the military dictatorship, in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido declared himself the country's "acting president" on Wednesday during a mass opposition rally against leader Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Yuri CORTEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro (L), next to Venezuelan Vice-president Delcy Rodriguez signs at a balcony at Miraflores Presidential Palace, a document through which his government breaks off diplomatic ties with the United States, during a gathering in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro announced on Wednesday he was breaking off diplomatic ties with the United States after counterpart Donald Trump acknowledged opposition leader Juan Guaido as the South American country's "interim president." (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Paramedics rescue a wounded member of the Bolivarian National Guard during clashes with opposition demonstrators, in a protest against the government of President Nicolas Maduro on the anniversary of the 1958 uprising that overthrew the military dictatorship, in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido declared himself the country's "acting president" on Wednesday during a mass opposition rally against leader Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Riot police on a motorcycle drive by a fire during a protest against the government of President Nicolas Maduro on the anniversary of the 1958 uprising that overthrew the military dictatorship, in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido declared himself the country's "acting president" on Wednesday during a mass opposition rally against leader Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A wounded protester shows his back as riot police clash with opposition demonstrators during a protest against the government of President Nicolas Maduro on the anniversary of the 1958 uprising that overthrew the military dictatorship, in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido declared himself the country's "acting president" on Wednesday during a mass opposition rally against leader Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Federico Parra / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Riot police clash with opposition demonstrators during a protest against the government of President Nicolas Maduro on the anniversary of the 1958 uprising that overthrew the military dictatorship, in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido declared himself the country's "acting president" on Wednesday during a mass opposition rally against leader Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Riot police clash with opposition demonstrators during a protest against the government of President Nicolas Maduro on the anniversary of the 1958 uprising that overthrew the military dictatorship, in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido declared himself the country's "acting president" on Wednesday during a mass opposition rally against leader Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Opposition supporters clash with National Police officers during a protest against the government of President Nicolas Maduro on the anniversary of the 1958 uprising that overthrew a military dictatorship, in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido declared himself the country's "acting president" on Wednesday during a mass opposition rally against leader Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Government supporters listen to Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro speaking at the Miraflores Palace during a rally in which he announced that his administration was breaking off diplomatic ties with the United States, in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced on Wednesday he was breaking off diplomatic ties with the United States after his counterpart Donald Trump acknowledged opposition leader Juan Guaido as the South American country's "interim president." (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A government supporter holds a sign reading "The only president" while listening to Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro speaking at the Miraflores Palace during a rally in which he announced that his administration was breaking off diplomatic ties with the United States, in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced on Wednesday he was breaking off diplomatic ties with the United States after his counterpart Donald Trump acknowledged opposition leader Juan Guaido as the South American country's "interim president." (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro (R), flanked by his wife Cilia Flores (C), holds a Venezuelan flag while speaking from a balcony at Miraflores Presidential Palace to a crowd of supporters to announce he was breaking off diplomatic ties with the United States, during a gathering in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro announced on Wednesday he was breaking off diplomatic ties with the United States after his counterpart Donald Trump acknowledged opposition leader Juan Guaido as the South American country's "interim president." (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro (C) holds a national flag while speaking to a crowd of supporters at the Miraflores Palace flanked by his wife Cilia Flores (3-L), Vice-President Delcy Rodriguez (2-R), the head of Venezuela's Constituent Assembly Diosdado Cabello (2-L), along with other members of the government, to announce he was breaking off diplomatic ties with the United States, during a gathering in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro announced on Wednesday he was breaking off diplomatic ties with the United States after his counterpart Donald Trump acknowledged opposition leader Juan Guaido as the South American country's "interim president." (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - People raise their hands during a mass opposition rally against President Nicolas Maduro in which Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido (out of frame) declared himself the country's "acting president", on the anniversary of a 1958 uprising that overthrew a military dictatorship, in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - "I swear to formally assume the national executive powers as acting president of Venezuela to end the usurpation, (install) a transitional government and hold free elections," said Guaido as thousands of supporters cheered. Moments earlier, the loyalist-dominated Supreme Court ordered a criminal investigation of the opposition-controlled legislature. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - People raise their hands during a mass opposition rally against President Nicolas Maduro in which Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido (out of frame) declared himself the country's "acting president", on the anniversary of a 1958 uprising that overthrew a military dictatorship, in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - "I swear to formally assume the national executive powers as acting president of Venezuela to end the usurpation, (install) a transitional government and hold free elections," said Guaido as thousands of supporters cheered. Moments earlier, the loyalist-dominated Supreme Court ordered a criminal investigation of the opposition-controlled legislature. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Thousands of Venezuelans living in Argentina, opposed to President Nicolas Maduro, hold a demonstration in Buenos Aires in support of opposition leader Juan Guaido's self-proclamation as acting president of Venezuela, on January 23, 2019. (Photo by RONALDO SCHEMIDT / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido shouts as he speaks to the crowd during a mass opposition rally against leader Nicolas Maduro in which he declared himself the country's "acting president", on the anniversary of a 1958 uprising that overthrew a military dictatorship, in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - "I swear to formally assume the national executive powers as acting president of Venezuela to end the usurpation, (install) a transitional government and hold free elections," said Guaido as thousands of supporters cheered. Moments earlier, the loyalist-dominated Supreme Court ordered a criminal investigation of the opposition-controlled legislature. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Venezuelans opposed to President Nicolas Maduro hold a demonstration in Mexico City in support of opposition leader Juan Guaido's self-proclamation as acting president of Venezuela, on January 23, 2019. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)
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Anti-government protesters cheer as Juan Guaido, head of Venezuela's opposition-run congress, declares himself interim president of the South American country until a new election can be called, at a rally demanding the resignation of President Nicolas Maduro in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. (AP Photo/Boris Vergara), APTOPIX
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TOPSHOT - A sign reading "Maduro, illegitimate, dictator get out!" is held in a protest by Venezuelans outside their embassy in Guatemala City in support of opposition leader Juan Guaido's self-proclamation as acting president of Venezuela, on January 23, 2019. - Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself interim president Wednesday, while hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans poured onto the streets to demand an end to the government of Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Orlando ESTRADA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Venezuelans opposed to President Nicolas Maduro hold a demonstration in Sao Paulo, Brazil in support of opposition leader Juan Guaido's self-proclamation as acting president of Venezuela, on January 23, 2019. (Photo by Miguel SCHINCARIOL / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Venezuelans opposed to President Nicolas Maduro hold a demonstration in Tijuana, Baja California state, Mexico in support of opposition leader Juan Guaido's self-proclamation as acting president of Venezuela, on January 23, 2019. (Photo by Guillermo Arias / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Venezuelans opposed to President Nicolas Maduro hold a demonstration in Tijuana, Baja California state, Mexico in support of opposition leader Juan Guaido's self-proclamation as acting president of Venezuela, on January 23, 2019. (Photo by Guillermo Arias / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Venezuelans opposed to President Nicolas Maduro hold a demonstration in Tijuana, Baja California state, Mexico in support of opposition leader Juan Guaido's self-proclamation as acting president of Venezuela, on January 23, 2019. (Photo by Guillermo Arias / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Venezuelans opposed to President Nicolas Maduro hold a demonstration in Sao Paulo, Brazil in support of opposition leader Juan Guaido's self-proclamation as acting president of Venezuela, on January 23, 2019. (Photo by Miguel SCHINCARIOL / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Venezuelans opposed to President Nicolas Maduro hold a demonstration in Medellin, Colombia in support of opposition leader Juan Guaido's self-proclamation as acting president of Venezuela, on January 23, 2019. (Photo by JOAQUIN SARMIENTO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Venezuelans opposed to President Nicolas Maduro hold a demonstration in Medellin, Colombia in support of opposition leader Juan Guaido's self-proclamation as acting president of Venezuela, on January 23, 2019. (Photo by JOAQUIN SARMIENTO / AFP)
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(190124) -- ZULIA, Jan. 24, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Supporters of the opposition take part in a demonstration in Maracaibo in the state of Zulia, Venezuela, on Jan. 23, 2019. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Wednesday announced he was severing "diplomatic and political" ties with the United States after the U.S. authorities recognized the opposition leader Juan Guaido as the nation's interim president. (Xinhua/Andrea Romero)
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(190124) -- CARACAS, Jan. 24, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Juan Guaido (C), head of the opposition-controlled National Assembly, delivers a speech at the Francisco de Miranda avenue, in Caracas, Venezuela, on Jan. 23, 2019. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Wednesday announced he was severing "diplomatic and political" ties with the United States after the U.S. authorities recognized the opposition leader Juan Guaido as the nation's interim president. (Xinhua/Boris Vergara)
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(190124) -- ZULIA, Jan. 24, 2019 (Xinhua) -- A supporter of the opposition takes part in a demonstration in Maracaibo in the state of Zulia, Venezuela, on Jan. 23, 2019. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Wednesday announced he was severing "diplomatic and political" ties with the United States after the U.S. authorities recognized the opposition leader Juan Guaido as the nation's interim president. (Xinhua/Andrea Romero)
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(190124) -- CARACAS, Jan. 24, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Juan Guaido (C), head of the opposition-controlled National Assembly, delivers a speech at the Francisco de Miranda avenue, in Caracas, Venezuela, on Jan. 23, 2019. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Wednesday announced he was severing "diplomatic and political" ties with the United States after the U.S. authorities recognized the opposition leader Juan Guaido as the nation's interim president. (Xinhua/Boris Vergara)
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Juan Guaido, head of Venezuela's opposition-run congress, declares himself interim president of Venezuela, during a rally demanding President Nicolas Maduro's resignation in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
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Anti-government protesters hold their hands up during the symbolic swearing-in of Juan Guaido, head of the opposition-run congress who declared himself interim president of Venezuela during a rally demanding President Nicolas Maduro's resignation in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
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Juan Guaido, head of Venezuela's opposition-run congress, waves at supporters after declaring himself interim president of the South American country, during a rally demanding the resignation of President Nicolas Maduro, in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. (AP Photo/Boris Vergara)
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Anti-government protesters cheer after Juan Guaido, head of Venezuela's opposition-run congress, declares himself interim president of the South American country until a new election can be called, at a rally demanding the resignation of President Nicolas Maduro, in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. (AP Photo/Boris Vergara)
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Anti-government protesters hold their hands up during the symbolic swearing-in of Juan Guaido, head of the opposition-run congress who declared himself interim president of Venezuela during a rally demanding President Nicolas Maduro's resignation in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019.(AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
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People gather during a protest Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro and in support of an opposition leader self-proclaimed as the interim president of the country in Madrid, Spain, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. Around 7,000 protesters according to organizers, gathered in a central square of the Spanish capital, where a significant Venezuelan community has grown in recent years with people fleeing persecution or poverty at home. Banners reads in Spanish: "Freedom" and "Out Maduro". (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
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Juan Guaido, head of Venezuela's opposition-run congress, declares himself interim president of the nation until elections can be held during a rally demanding President Nicolas Maduro's resignation in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano), APTOPIX
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Anti-government protesters tear off razor wire from a wall surrounding a vacant lot, to make a barricade during clashes against the Venezuelan Bolivarian National Guard, after a rally demanding the resignation of President Nicolas Maduro in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. The head of Venezuela's opposition-run congress declared himself interim president at the rally, until new elections can be called. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)
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Venezuelan opposition supporters take to the streets to protest against the government of President Nicolas Maduro, on the anniversary of 1958 uprising that overthrew military dictatorship in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - At least four people died in overnight clashes in Venezuela as opposition supporters and regime loyalists prepared for rival rallies Wednesday, in the wake of a failed military mutiny against President Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)
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Venezuelan opposition supporters take to the streets to protest against the government of President Nicolas Maduro, on the anniversary of 1958 uprising that overthrew military dictatorship in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - At least four people died in overnight clashes in Venezuela as opposition supporters and regime loyalists prepared for rival rallies Wednesday, in the wake of a failed military mutiny against President Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)
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Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido declares himself the country's "acting president" during a mass opposition rally against leader Nicolas Maduro, on the anniversary of 1958 uprising that overthrew military dictatorship in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - Moments earlier, the loyalist-dominated Supreme Court ordered a criminal investigation of the opposition-controlled legislature. "I swear to formally assume the national executive powers as acting president of Venezuela to end the usurpation, (install) a transitional government and hold free elections," said Guaido as thousands of supporters cheered. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
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Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido declares himself the country's "acting president" during a mass opposition rally against leader Nicolas Maduro, on the anniversary of 1958 uprising that overthrew military dictatorship in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - Moments earlier, the loyalist-dominated Supreme Court ordered a criminal investigation of the opposition-controlled legislature. "I swear to formally assume the national executive powers as acting president of Venezuela to end the usurpation, (install) a transitional government and hold free elections," said Guaido as thousands of supporters cheered. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
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Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido declares himself the country's "acting president" during a mass opposition rally against leader Nicolas Maduro, on the anniversary of 1958 uprising that overthrew military dictatorship in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - Moments earlier, the loyalist-dominated Supreme Court ordered a criminal investigation of the opposition-controlled legislature. "I swear to formally assume the national executive powers as acting president of Venezuela to end the usurpation, (install) a transitional government and hold free elections," said Guaido as thousands of supporters cheered. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
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Supporters of President Nicolas Maduro's government take part in a march in response to opposition supporters protests, on the anniversary of 1958 uprising that overthrew military dictatorship in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - At least four people died in overnight clashes in Venezuela as opposition supporters and regime loyalists prepared for rival rallies Wednesday, in the wake of a failed military mutiny against President Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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A van is set on fire by Venezuelan opposition demonstrators, during a protest against the government of President Nicolas Maduro, on the anniversary of 1958 uprising that overthrew military dictatorship in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - At least four people died in overnight clashes in Venezuela as opposition supporters and regime loyalists prepared for rival rallies Wednesday, in the wake of a failed military mutiny against President Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Yuri CORTEZ / AFP)
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Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido speaks to the crowd during a mass opposition rally against leader Nicolas Maduro in which he declared himself the country's "acting president", on the anniversary of a 1958 uprising that overthrew military dictatorship, in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - "I swear to formally assume the national executive powers as acting president of Venezuela to end the usurpation, (install) a transitional government and hold free elections," said Guaido as thousands of supporters cheered. Moments earlier, the loyalist-dominated Supreme Court ordered a criminal investigation of the opposition-controlled legislature. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
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Venezuelan opposition demonstrators set up a barricade to block a street, during a protest against the government of President Nicolas Maduro, on the anniversary of 1958 uprising that overthrew military dictatorship in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido declared himself the country's "acting president" on Wednesday during a mass opposition rally against leader Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Yuri CORTEZ / AFP)
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A van is set on fire by Venezuelan opposition demonstrators, during a protest against the government of President Nicolas Maduro, on the anniversary of 1958 uprising that overthrew military dictatorship in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido declared himself the country's "acting president" on Wednesday during a mass opposition rally against leader Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Yuri CORTEZ / AFP)
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Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido speaks to the crowd during a mass opposition rally against leader Nicolas Maduro in which he declared himself the country's "acting president", on the anniversary of a 1958 uprising that overthrew military dictatorship, in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - "I swear to formally assume the national executive powers as acting president of Venezuela to end the usurpation, (install) a transitional government and hold free elections," said Guaido as thousands of supporters cheered. Moments earlier, the loyalist-dominated Supreme Court ordered a criminal investigation of the opposition-controlled legislature. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
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People listen to Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido (out of frame) during a mass opposition rally against leader Nicolas Maduro in which he declared himself the country's "acting president", on the anniversary of a 1958 uprising that overthrew military dictatorship, in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - "I swear to formally assume the national executive powers as acting president of Venezuela to end the usurpation, (install) a transitional government and hold free elections," said Guaido as thousands of supporters cheered. Moments earlier, the loyalist-dominated Supreme Court ordered a criminal investigation of the opposition-controlled legislature. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
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Venezuelan opposition demonstrators, chant slogans during a protest against the government of President Nicolas Maduro, on the anniversary of 1958 uprising that overthrew military dictatorship in Caracas on January 23, 2019. - Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido declared himself the country's "acting president" on Wednesday during a mass opposition rally against leader Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by YURI CORTEZ / AFP)

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