Supporters of Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido gained access to the country's embassy in Brasilia, Wednesday, November 13, leading to a standoff with backers of leftist President Nicolas Maduro, according to diplomatic representatives.
#UPDATE Military police surrounded Venezuela's embassy in Brazil as rival supporters of opposition leader Juan Guaido and President Nicolas Maduro faced off inside in a struggle for control of the diplomatic compound
A supporter of Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro fights with a supporter of opposition leader Juan Guaido outside the Venezuelan embassy in Brasilia, Brazil. More photos of the day: 📷 Sergio Moraes
El Salvador orders Venezuela's diplomats to leave the country in a challenge to President Nicolas Maduro, prompting his government to respond by expelling Salvadoran envoys in Caracas 📸 A car leaves the Venezuelan embassy in San Salvador
Venezuela’s Interim President Guaido calls on all Venezuelans to continue the fight and struggle for democracy against the tyrant Nicolas Maduro. The United States will continue to stand by President Guaido until there is freedom, prosperity, and peace in Venezuela.
BREAKING: After Pres. Trump and several other leaders recognize Venezuelan opposition leader as legitimate president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro says he is breaking off relations with US and gives US diplomatic personnel 72 hours to leave country.