In Venezuela, the political standoff continues between Nicolas Maduro's government and self-proclaimed president Juan Guiado. The regime still has control of state institutions, including the armed forces. But it also relies on a network of unlikely volunteers, prepared to defend it against any attacks. The Bolivarian Militia was created by former president Hugo Chavez and today is said to have 1.6 million members. Our reporters went to meet some of them in the Petare district of Caracas.

More videos

Associated Press 11 May 2020 11:44 CEST

AP Top Stories May 11 A