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Chaos in Venezuela

A little girl stands inside a plastic barrel while her family waits to collect water from an open pipe above the Guaire River, during rolling blackouts which affect the water pumps in people's homes, offices and stores, in Caracas, Venezuela, Monday, March 11, 2019. The blackout has intensified the toxic political climate, with opposition leader Juan Guaido blaming alleged government corruption and mismanagement and President Nicolas Maduro accusing his U.S.-backed adversary of sabotaging the national grid. AP
A Corpoelec worker prepares to check a line in Caracas, Venezuela March 11, 2019. Reuters
A man fills a tank with water coming from the mountain in Caracas, Venezuela March 11, 2019. Reuters
People walk by a graffiti depicting Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro in Caracas on March 11, 2019. - Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido urged lawmakers Monday to declare a 'state of alarm' to pave the way for the delivery of international aid as the country's devastating blackout entered its fifth day. AFP
View of a mural depicting late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez in Caracas, on March 10, 2019. - Sunday is the third day Venezuelans remain without communications, electricity or water, in an unprecedented power outage that already left 15 patients dead and threatens with extending indefinitely, increasing distress for the severe political and economic crisis hitting the oil-rich South American nation. AFP
Demonstrators wait for the arrival of Venezuela's National Assembly leader Juan Guaido who has declared himself the country's interim president, at a rally against the government of President Nicolas Maduro in Caracas, Venezuela, Saturday, March 9, 2019. AP
Opposition supporters clash with police in a rally against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's government in Caracas, Venezuela March 9, 2019. Reuters
Supporters of the head of the Venezuelan Parliament Juan Guaido demonstrate in Caracas, Venezuela, 09 March 2019. EPA
A masked demonstrator walks past a coffin containing the body of a protester who was killed during the week's previous protests in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Monday, March 4, 2019. Protesters are angry about skyrocketing inflation and the government's failure to prosecute embezzlement from a multi-billion Venezuelan program that sent discounted oil to Haiti. AP
A car carries a coffin containing the body of one of the demonstrators who was killed during previous protests in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Monday, March 4, 2019. AP
A man lies down on a street as he is detained by security forces after looting during an ongoing blackout in Caracas, Venezuela March 10, 2019. Reuters
In this file photo taken on January 28, 2019 This ilustration shows Venezuelan Bolivar banknotes and a US one-dollar bill in Caracas. - Whether paying for a manicure, an evening gown or a liter of milk, in Venezuela the dollar can buy anything, so long as you're discreet. AFP
Damage is seen in a supermarket after it was looted during an ongoing blackout in Caracas, Venezuela March 10, 2019. Reuters
People wait for transportation during a blackout in Caracas, Venezuela March 8, 2019. Reuters
A local rests inside a shopping center during a blackout in Caracas, Venezuela March 8, 2019. Reuters
View of an empty gas station during a blackout in Barquisimeto, Venezuela on March 8, 2019. AFP
A patient looks out from a window at Miguel Perez Carreno hospital, in Caracas, during the worst power outage in Venezuela's history, on March 8, 2019. AFP
View of the Libertador Avenue at Chacao neighborhood in Caracas on March 9, 2019. AFP
A popcorn stand is seen during the second day of a blackout in Caracas, Venezuela March 9, 2019. Reuters
A little girl stands inside a plastic barrel while her family waits to collect water from an open pipe above the Guaire River, during rolling blackouts which affect the water pumps in people's homes, offices and stores, in Caracas, Venezuela, Monday, March 11, 2019. The blackout has intensified the toxic political climate, with opposition leader Juan Guaido blaming alleged government corruption and mismanagement and President Nicolas Maduro accusing his U.S.-backed adversary of sabotaging the national grid. AP
A Corpoelec worker prepares to check a line in Caracas, Venezuela March 11, 2019. Reuters
A man fills a tank with water coming from the mountain in Caracas, Venezuela March 11, 2019. Reuters
People walk by a graffiti depicting Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro in Caracas on March 11, 2019. - Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido urged lawmakers Monday to declare a 'state of alarm' to pave the way for the delivery of international aid as the country's devastating blackout entered its fifth day. AFP
View of a mural depicting late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez in Caracas, on March 10, 2019. - Sunday is the third day Venezuelans remain without communications, electricity or water, in an unprecedented power outage that already left 15 patients dead and threatens with extending indefinitely, increasing distress for the severe political and economic crisis hitting the oil-rich South American nation. AFP
Demonstrators wait for the arrival of Venezuela's National Assembly leader Juan Guaido who has declared himself the country's interim president, at a rally against the government of President Nicolas Maduro in Caracas, Venezuela, Saturday, March 9, 2019. AP
Opposition supporters clash with police in a rally against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's government in Caracas, Venezuela March 9, 2019. Reuters
Supporters of the head of the Venezuelan Parliament Juan Guaido demonstrate in Caracas, Venezuela, 09 March 2019. EPA
A masked demonstrator walks past a coffin containing the body of a protester who was killed during the week's previous protests in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Monday, March 4, 2019. Protesters are angry about skyrocketing inflation and the government's failure to prosecute embezzlement from a multi-billion Venezuelan program that sent discounted oil to Haiti. AP
A car carries a coffin containing the body of one of the demonstrators who was killed during previous protests in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Monday, March 4, 2019. AP
A man lies down on a street as he is detained by security forces after looting during an ongoing blackout in Caracas, Venezuela March 10, 2019. Reuters
In this file photo taken on January 28, 2019 This ilustration shows Venezuelan Bolivar banknotes and a US one-dollar bill in Caracas. - Whether paying for a manicure, an evening gown or a liter of milk, in Venezuela the dollar can buy anything, so long as you're discreet. AFP
Damage is seen in a supermarket after it was looted during an ongoing blackout in Caracas, Venezuela March 10, 2019. Reuters
People wait for transportation during a blackout in Caracas, Venezuela March 8, 2019. Reuters
A local rests inside a shopping center during a blackout in Caracas, Venezuela March 8, 2019. Reuters
View of an empty gas station during a blackout in Barquisimeto, Venezuela on March 8, 2019. AFP
A patient looks out from a window at Miguel Perez Carreno hospital, in Caracas, during the worst power outage in Venezuela's history, on March 8, 2019. AFP
View of the Libertador Avenue at Chacao neighborhood in Caracas on March 9, 2019. AFP
A popcorn stand is seen during the second day of a blackout in Caracas, Venezuela March 9, 2019. Reuters
Choi Won-suk wschoi@koreatimes.co.kr


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