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Venezuela’s power struggle turns to winning military favor

Opposition leader Juan Guaido and his family attend a Mass in honor of Venezuelans killed during the protests in Caracas, Venezuela, on Jan. 27.

 (Adriana Loureiro Fernandez / For The Times)

Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro, center, and Venezuelan Minister of Defense Vladimir Padrino, right, during military exercises at Ft. Paramacay, in Carabobo, Venezuela, on Jan. 27.

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Opposition leader Juan Guaido and wife Fabiana Rosales, right, attend a Mass in honor of Venezuelans killed during the protests in Caracas, Venezuela, on Jan. 27.

 (Adriana Loureiro Fernandez / For The Times)

Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro, center, his wife, Cilia Flores, right, and commanders disembark in an amphibious vehicle during military exercises at the Naval Base Agustin Armario in Puerto Cabello, Carabobo state, Venezuela, on Jan. 27.

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Supporters of opposition leader Juan Guaido hand out the principles of an amnesty law to members of the military in Caracas, Venezuela, on Jan. 27.

 (Adriana Loureiro Fernandez / For The Times)

Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro, right, during military exercises at Ft. Paramacay in Carabobo, Venezuela, on Jan. 27.

 (Handout)

Supporters of opposition leader Juan Guaido hand out the principles of an amnesty law to members of the military in Caracas, Venezuela, on Jan. 27.

 (Adriana Loureiro Fernandez / For The Times)

Members of the army look at handouts of the amnesty law given to them by opposition members in Caracas, Venezuela, on Jan. 27.

 (Adriana Loureiro Fernandez / For The Times)

Supporters of opposition leader Juan Guaido hand out the principles of an amnesty law to members of the military in Caracas, Venezuela, on Jan. 27.

 (Adriana Loureiro Fernandez / For The Times)

Supporters of opposition leader Juan Guaido cheer him after attending Mass in Caracas, Venezuela, on Jan. 27.

 (Adriana Loureiro Fernandez / For The Times)
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