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at least one person was shot dead and several others wounded by Venezuelan troops near the Brazilian border on Friday the first bloodshed linked to efforts to bring aid into Venezuela the bloodshed broke out when indigenous leaders say they tried to stop the military convoy heading toward the border because they thought the troops were attempting to block foreign aid on president Nicolas Maduro's orders that's one Venezuelan troops opened fire to clear the way on Thursday Maduro close down Venezuela southern border with Brazil bills while the Dave the guards informed us that nothing can pass not vehicles nobody walking nothing but they're totally closing according to them for security but that's wrong because what other countries are doing is to help them as well a single now list below Maduro who denies there's a humanitarian crisis in Venezuela is also threatening to close the Colombian border ahead of a Saturday deadline issued by self proclaimed in term president and opposition leader one quite go to bring the eight through , meanwhile a fundraising concert kicked off in the Colombian town of Kikuta where the aid has accumulated crowds have swarmed Richard Branson's life eight inspired events not only to raise money for Venezuela but as a show of force to encourage the flow of aid