Juan Guaido joins Venezuelan protesters to demand US aid be allowed into country
Tens of thousands of protesters have gone to the streets in Venezuela to demand that American aid is allowed into the country.
Opposition Leader Juan Guaido says 250,000 people have signed up and need help.
That’s been dismissed by President Nicolas Maduro, who’s government is claiming the humanitarian supplies contain chemical weapons.
Sky’s chief correspondent Stuart Ramsay reports from Caracas.
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