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after deadly clashes over the weekend Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro may face a new round of sanctions when the US meets with regional leaders on Monday , a senior US official says U. S. vice president Mike pence is set to announce quoted concrete steps and clear actions in Bogota Colombia but no more details were given , the meeting comes after security forces loyal to my Doro fired tear gas and rubber bullets on protesters on Saturday as foreign aid convoys tried entering Venezuela some trucks carrying food and medicine for the country were set on fire at least three people have died and almost three hundred were injured in the clashes , proclaimed interim president one quite dole who gave a personal send off to one of the eight caravans on Saturday at the Colombian border arrived in Bogota on Sunday for Monday summit with the US and the lead a group of nations be mon remains seem to say in this we thought unprecedented crime with the burning of humanitarian aid that generously arrived at the Colombian collection point in which was then handed over to Venezuela volunteers were again insisting that it's necessary to save lives Venezuela today is again in crisis Y. D. O. who is a recognized by most western nations as Venezuela's legitimate leader has urged foreign powers to consider all options in ousting Maduro neighboring Colombia and diplomatic heavyweight Brazil which has the region's largest economy have both throw their support behind quite %HESITATION but as for Maduro the embattled president does not look to be giving up his power anytime soon the Venezuelan president who broke relations with Columbia over the weekend has denied any crisis in his country and has refused international aid despite often empty supermarket shelves Maduro who has the support of China and Russia urged his supporters on Saturday to start a revolution if anything happened to him