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After Power Outages, Guaid to Call for a 'National Emergency'

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Mar 11, 2019 9:09 AM 1+ week ago

VENEZUELA: Three days into a nationwide power outage, Venezuelans gathered in springs near the mountains of Caracas to collect water and searched for the few open stores in the capital. Several hospitals continued caring for patients with the help of generators, while others remained open despite the lack of electricity. However, opposition leader Juan Guaido claimed on Sunday night that the blackout had caused 17 deaths.

Schools, public offices and industries will be closed Monday as the state attempts to fix the grid, according to Information Minister Jorge Rodriguez. President Nicolas Maduro accused the United States of sabotaging Venezuela's electrical system. Guaido said he will call a "national emergency."

Meanwhile on Friday, former vice president Tareck El Aissami was charged by a New York federal court with aiding international drug traffickers. El Aissami was indicted with businessman Samark Lopez Bello for violating U.S. sanctions. El Aissami currently serves as the minister of industry and national production. He is the most ...

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