Earlier Saturday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told the U.N. Security Council: "Let me be 100 per cent clear - President Trump and I fully expect that our diplomats will continue to receive protections provided under the Vienna Convention".
Guaido's declaration of himself as the interim president takes Venezuela into uncharted territory, with the possibility of the opposition now running a parallel government recognized overseas as legitimate but without control over state functions. He is, however, negotiating directly with the United Nations, asking European nations who have joined the United States in recognizing his claim to leadership, to prepare aid packages for starving and destitue Venezuelan people - something Maduro has refused to do, claiming, instead, that there is no humanitarian crisis in Venezuela.
Guaido is head of Venezuela's opposition-controlled congress and proclaimed himself interim president last week in opposition to socialist President Nicolas Maduro.
Venezuela's self-declared interim leader Juan Guaido.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), pictured in the Senate on January 24, said Sunday he knows of no US leaders who are calling for a coup in Venezuela.
Guaido has won wide worldwide support, including from the United States. His declaration during a day of widespread anti-government demonstrations has been followed by violent clashes between protesters and security forces that have killed at least two dozen people in recent days.
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Ghosn's lawyer was not immediately available for comment after the Tokyo District Court announced its decision. Reportedly, a board meeting will be now held on Thursday where Ghosn's successors will be appointed.
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Then, he shot and killed his father and step-mother in Ascension Parish all before ten o'clock Saturday morning. According to some reports , one of the victims at the second shooting site was dating the suspect.
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She yelled at herself. "You've been through so much", Osaka said to Kvitova while receiving her trophy, via The Washington Post . Kvitova fought back to win the second set and force a decisive third set (Osaka's fourth in five matches) with a 7-5 win.
Britain, Germany, France and Spain all said they would recognize Guaido if Maduro failed to call fresh elections within eight days, an ultimatum Russian Federation said was "absurd" and the Venezuelan foreign minister called "childlike".
John Bolson sent a tweet Sunday warning there would be "a significant response" to "any violence and intimidation against USA diplomatic personnel, Venezuela's democratic leader, Juan Guiado, or the National Assembly itself".
Some U.S. Embassy staff left Caracas on Friday, and Venezuela was withdrawing staff from Washington on Saturday, Venezuela's foreign ministry said in a statement.
The United States, which chose to recognize the country's National Assembly leader Guaido as Venezuela's official leader earlier this week, has demanded allies "pick a side" in Venezuela, and to "financially disconnect" from Maduro's regime until the dictator cedes to his countrymens' call to step down.
Pope Francis, winding up a trip to Panama, said on Sunday he was praying that "a just and peaceful solution is reached to overcome the crisis, respecting human rights".
Maduro said he was "open to dialogue", but said it was not probable that there would be a meeting with US President Donald Trump.
The U.S. national security adviser on Sunday warned of a "significant response" to any threat against U.S. diplomats in Venezuela or the country's self-declared president. They don't want us to get better. From Feb. 10-15 the military is planning larger military exercises that Maduro described as the "most important in the history of Venezuela".