Los discursos de Guaidó y Maduro, el documental sobre Palma Salamanca y cómo enfrentar la ola de calor
(COMBO) This combination of pictures created on January 24, 2019 shows (L) Venezuela's National Assembly head Juan Guaido waving to the crowd during a mass opposition rally against leader Nicolas Maduro in which he declared himself the country's "acting president", on the anniversary of a 1958 uprising that overthrew military dictatorship, in Caracas on January 23, 2019 and Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro speaking during a press conference, where he warned the Lima Group that he would take energetic measures if they do not rectify their position on Venezuela in 48 hours, on the eve of assuming a new six-year mandate, at the Miraflores presidential palace in Caracas, Venezuela on January 9, 2018. - On January 23, 2018 Guaido, 35, proclamed himself "acting president" and was swiftly recognized by the United States and about a dozen regional governments, including those of Brazil, Argentina and Colombia. An enraged Maduro responded by breaking off diplomatic ties with the "imperialist" US government, ordering its diplomats to leave within 72 hours. (Photo by Yuri CORTEZ and Federico PARRA / AFP)
Matías del Río y María José Oshea analizaron las palabras del autoproclamado presidente interino de Venezuela y las mandatario y la cinta titulada “Crónica de un fugitivo” que relata la historia del asesino de Jaime Guzmán. Además, conversaron con Carlos Rivera, jefe de urgencia de la clínica Universidad de Los Andes entregó las principales recomendaciones para sobrevivir las altas temperaturas de descanso.