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Venezuela in Turmoil: Thousands gather to celebrate Guaido's return

Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido is back in his country despite threats from the Venezuelan Government. During the past week, Guaido has been coordinating humanitarian aid efforts from Colombia and visiting other countries in the region that are recognizing him as president. Our Latin America Correspondent Ediz Tiyansan reports. #Venezuela #VenezuelaCrisis #Guaido

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Can Juan Guaido oust Nicolas Maduro?

Venezuela in Turmoil: School system collapsing due to economic crisis

Venezuela in Turmoil: School system collapsing due to economic crisis

Juan Guaido’s homecoming

Juan Guaido’s homecoming

Venezuela in Turmoil: Pro and anti-govt protests held in Caracas

Venezuela in Turmoil: Pro and anti-govt protests held in Caracas

Libya parliament withdraws confidence from unity govt

Libya parliament withdraws confidence from unity govt

Aid agencies issue urgent appeal to world leaders in New York

Aid agencies issue urgent appeal to world leaders in New York

UN: US mishandling Haitian migrants

UN: US mishandling Haitian migrants

President Erdogan calls for more inclusive international system

President Erdogan calls for more inclusive international system

EU finds Russia guilty of killing Alex Litvinenko

EU finds Russia guilty of killing Alex Litvinenko

German-Turks could give conservatives a nudge at ballot box

German-Turks could give conservatives a nudge at ballot box

Syrian NGO uses robotics for therapy

Syrian NGO uses robotics for therapy

Migrants flood US-Mexico border

Migrants flood US-Mexico border

Trudeau’s Liberals win Canada election

Trudeau’s Liberals win Canada election

Erdogan opens landmark Turkevi Center in New York

Erdogan opens landmark Turkevi Center in New York

Will Germany's foreign policy change after elections?

Will Germany's foreign policy change after elections?

Ruling United Russia party set to retain parliamentary majority

Ruling United Russia party set to retain parliamentary majority

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