Soldados de Venezuela  en la  frontera con Colombia

Soldiers stand at the entrance of the Tienditas International bridge that connects Venezuela with Colombia, in Urena, Venezuela, Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019. As a showdown looms over U.S.-supplied humanitarian aid destined for Venezuela, much of it warehoused near the Tienditas International bridge, President Nicolas Maduro closed off his country's border with Brazil, vowing on Thursday to block the emergency food and medicine that has rallied his opponents and which he claims is part of a U.S.-led coup plot. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

Soldados de Venezuela  en la  frontera con Colombia. Abajo, al otro lado, policías de Colombia. EE.UU. advierte sobre intento impedir entrada ayuda mañana. Hoy habrá conciertos a ambos lados de la frontera.

Colombian police arrive at the Tienditas International bridge to provide security at the site of the next day's "Venezuela Aid Live" concert on the outskirts of Cucuta, Colombia, Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019, on the border with Venezuela. The bridge behind carries the Spanish message: "Unity Bridge. Humanitarian action." Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro said he’s weighing whether to shut down border with Colombia, where the bulk of aid meant for Venezuela on Saturday is being stockpiled and exiled leaders have been gathering ahead of a fundraising concert Friday. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara)
Colombian police arrive at the Tienditas International bridge to provide security at the site of the next day’s “Venezuela Aid Live” concert on the outskirts of Cucuta, Colombia, Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019, on the border with Venezuela. The bridge behind carries the Spanish message: “Unity Bridge. Humanitarian action.” Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro said he’s weighing whether to shut down border with Colombia, where the bulk of aid meant for Venezuela on Saturday is being stockpiled and exiled leaders have been gathering ahead of a fundraising concert Friday. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara)
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