Juan Guaido, the self-proclaimed interim president of Venezuela, with his wife, Fabiana, left, and their daughter, Miranda, at their home in Caracas on Thursday. Photo: EPA-EFE

Juan Guaido, Venezuela’s self-proclaimed president, says police agents came to his home

  • Guadio’s wife and 20-month-old daughter were at home at the time
  • UN human rights expert denounces oil sanctions imposed by US President Donald Trump
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Juan Guaido, the self-proclaimed interim president of Venezuela, with his wife, Fabiana, left, and their daughter, Miranda, at their home in Caracas on Thursday. Photo: EPA-EFE
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A general view of the hemicycle during a plenary session at the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium, 31 January 2019. The parliament voted for the official recognition of the President of the National Assembly (Parliament) of Venezuela and self-proclaimed interim President of the country Juan Guaido as president of Venezuela. Photo: EPA-EFE/STEPHANIE LECOCQ

EU parliament recognises Guaido as Venezuelan interim president

  • Pressure continues to mount against Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro and his remaining backers to step aside and allow free elections
  • EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini demands that Venezuelan authorities loyal to Maduro release detained foreign journalists
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A general view of the hemicycle during a plenary session at the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium, 31 January 2019. The parliament voted for the official recognition of the President of the National Assembly (Parliament) of Venezuela and self-proclaimed interim President of the country Juan Guaido as president of Venezuela. Photo: EPA-EFE/STEPHANIE LECOCQ
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