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  • The trucks were actually burned down while members of the Armed Forces of Venezuela were posted on the Venezuelan side of the border.

    The trucks were actually burned down while members of the Armed Forces of Venezuela were posted on the Venezuelan side of the border. | Photo: Reuters

Published 10 March 2019

TeleSUR reported about the opposition burning "humanitarian" aid since January 23, while the international media preferred sticking to the narrative of blaming the Venezuelan government.

The New York Times published Sunday an investigative report confirming that the Venezuelan Armed Forces were not guilty of burning trucks of "humanitarian" aid on the Colombian-Venezuelan border, as reported elsewhere by most corporate media without evidence.

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TeleSUR along with other national outlets broke the news accurately on Jan. 23, publishing even more evidence during the following days about "false flag" operations that were set up against the government of Nicolas Maduro, which received no echo from international media.

The conservative sectors in the United States used the argument that "Maduro was burning humanitarian aid" in a bid to justify a military intervention in the South American country, along with the Venezuelan opposition led by the lawmaker Juan Guiado.

The report also revealed that the trucks were not carrying humanitarian aid but logistic material aimed to support the "guarimbas," the opposition barricades that have caused many victims in past opposition protests.

Below you can watch a video of what really happened on that day:


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