Venezuela's opposition leader says medical aid to arrive soon

Humanitarian assistance has become one of the ways the opposition has had to pressure Nicolas Maduro.

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    Amid continued power cuts in Venezuela, opposition leader Juan Guaido has said medical aid will arrive in a few days.

    However, Guaido gave no details about the shipment nor whether he has reached an agreement with President Nicolas Maduro.

    Meanwhile, the Red Cross in Caracas says it is ready to deliver aid.

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports.


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