• Clashes between anti-government protesters and law enforcement officers erupted in Caracas on Tuesday after the Venezuelan opposition leader, Juan Guaidó, appeared alongside soldiers at a military base and called for the population to rise up against the president, Nicolás Maduro [nytimes.com].
• Mr. Guaidó has urged the Venezuela military to join his side since he declared himself interim president more than three months ago. But it was a new step for him to make the declaration with men in uniform by his side. Still, it is unclear how much of the military supports him.
• The Trump administration, which has backed Mr. Guaidó since he first declared himself interim president in January, expressed immediate support for his latest move. President Trump tweeted, "The United States stands with the People of Venezuela and their Freedom!"
• Video and photos showed at least one instance where an armored vehicle rammed protesters. It was not immediately clear how many people were injured.
See also: Venezuela's Guaidó accused of coup attempt by government [bbc.com]
Previously: Turmoil in Venezuela Surrounding Aid Deliveries [soylentnews.org]