Some U.S. diplomats left the embassy in Caracas, Venezuela, for the airport on Friday, Jan. 25, in a convoy escorted by police, after Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro broke off relations with Washington and ordered American personnel out.
The United States has rejected Maduro as the oil-rich nation’s legitimate head of state and has thrown its support behind opposition leader Juan Guaido, the head of Venezuela’s National Assembly.
Guaido, who has galvanized the country’s opposition, proclaimed himself interim president on Wednesday. He still has no control over the state’s functions, however, which remain loyal to Maduro despite deep economic and political crises.


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