Venezuela's opposition supporters will take to the streets for nationwide anti-government protests on Tuesday, ratcheting up the pressure on embattled President Nicolas Maduro.
It comes at a time when tensions in Venezuela are reaching boiling point, with the South American country in the midst of the Western Hemisphere's worst humanitarian crisis in recent memory.
The anti-government demonstration, organized by opposition leader Juan Guaido, takes place on Youth Day in Venezuela.
The day commemorates young people who fought and died in the Battle of La Victoria in 1814 during Venezuela's war for independence. It is widely recognized as a day to recognize the role that the youth play in shaping the country's economic and social future.