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Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido (L) waves as he arrives with his wife Fabiana Rosales (R) and Colombian President Ivan Duque (C) at the "Venezuela Aid Live" concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort, at the head of the Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - Guaido -- recognized by more than 50 countries as interim president -- attended the aid concert in Colombia despite having been barred from leaving the country by the government of rival Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
People attend «Venezuela Aid Live» concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. – Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
Colombian singer Maluma performs during the «Venezuela Aid Live» concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at the head of the Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. – Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
Colombian singers Silvestre Dangond (L on screen) and Maluma perform during the «Venezuela Aid Live» concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at the head of the Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. – Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
Colombian singer Carlos Vives (2-L) performs during the «Venezuela Aid Live» concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at the head of the Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. – Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
Venezuela’s opposition leader Juan Guaido (C) waves as he arrives with Colombian President Ivan Duque (R) at the «Venezuela Aid Live» concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort, at the head of the Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. – Guaido — recognized by more than 50 countries as interim president — attended the aid concert in Colombia despite having been barred from leaving the country by the government of rival Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
Venezuela’s opposition leader Juan Guaido (L) waves as he arrives with his wife Fabiana Rosales (R) and Colombian President Ivan Duque (C) at the «Venezuela Aid Live» concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort, at the head of the Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. – Guaido — recognized by more than 50 countries as interim president — attended the aid concert in Colombia despite having been barred from leaving the country by the government of rival Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
This aerial view taken from the Colombian side of Tienditas International Bridge at the border between Colombia and Venzuela, on February 22, 2019 shows the stage of «Venezuela Aid Live» concert, organized by British billionaire Richard Branson to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort. On the backgroung Venezuelan side where a goverment-sponsored concert is scheduled to take place later today. – Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Edinson ESTUPINAN / AFP)
This aerial view taken from the Colombian side of Tienditas International Bridge at the border between Colombia and Venzuela, on February 22, 2019 shows the stage of «Venezuela Aid Live» concert, organized by British billionaire Richard Branson to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort. On the backgroung Venezuelan side where a goverment-sponsored concert is scheduled to take place later today. – Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Edinson ESTUPINAN / AFP)
People attend the «Venezuela Aid Live» concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at the head of the Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. – Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
A woman holds a Venezuelan flag as she wtakes part in the «Venezuela Aid Live» concert, organized by British billionaire Richard Branson to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019 – The concert was organized by British billionaire Richard Branson to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort. Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Schneyder Mendoza / AFP)