Humanitarian aid makes its way into Venezuela
The Venezuelan President has broken off diplomatic relations with Colombia, while violence is still ongoing in the country.
Now some humanitarian aid has made its way in. After weeks of not getting in the country some trucks delivered much needed supplies.
The opposition leader and self-declared president, Juan Guaido, tweeted a message Saturday that trucks carrying supplies have entered in Venezuelan territory. Along with the tweet, Guaido uploaded an image of trucks being blocked at the boarder by Venezuelan armed forces.
The rising tensions are leading to problems for Venezuela's military.