Humanitarian aid meant for Venezuelans has been arriving in US military planes on the Colombian border.
President Nicolas Maduro denies there’s a humanitarian crisis, saying the relief is a cover for a US invasion — and his troops will not let it through.
But Venezuela’s opposition leader Juan Guaido has called for crowds to converge on the border to collect the aid.
The BBC’s International correspondent Orla Guerin reports from Yare where the lack of food and medicines are claiming lives.
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