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political standoff in Venezuela coming to a head on Saturday , with opposition leader and self proclaimed interim president one white though promising that humanitarian aid will enter Venezuela to date defying an order by president Nicolas Maduro just stop supplies of food and medicine being beat that is W. worry twenty third will be one month since I assume the presidency and the Venezuelan people will be out on the street demanding the arrival of humanitarian aid , but delivering that aid which is being stored in warehouses near the Colombian border might lead to more violence as Maduro's government has closed down the border with Colombia and Brazil on Saturday morning demonstrators set up barricades and burned tires in the Venezuelan border town of Urania as attention turned to weather National Guard troops stationed there would fulfill mother rose orders to block aid from reaching a sick and hungry population clashes also broke out overnight between Venice but in police and citizens near the border with Brazil , meanwhile nearly two hundred thousand people attended a benefit concert in Google don Friday featuring Latin pop stars including Luis Fonsi Esposito fame many of whom called on Maduro to step down arrival concert held by the ruling Socialist Party and the Venice but inside was sparsely attended