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The New York Times reports on who was to blame for setting fire to humanitarian aid trucks

On Feb 23, opposition leader Juan Guaidó backed by his supporters tried to get trucks carrying humanitarian aid across a bridge into Venezuela from Colombia. During chaotic clashes on the bridge, the aid trucks caught fire, and both sides blamed the other. Now The New York Times reports that the fire was caused accidentally by a protester. New York Times reporter, Christopher Koettl, discusses how the story was reported.

The New York Times reports on who was to blame for setting fire to humanitarian aid trucks

On Feb 23, opposition leader Juan Guaidó backed by his supporters tried to get trucks carrying humanitarian aid across a bridge into Venezuela from Colombia. During chaotic clashes on the bridge, the aid trucks caught fire, and both sides blamed the other. Now The New York Times reports that the fire was caused accidentally by a protester. New York Times reporter, Christopher Koettl, discusses how the story was reported.

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