Venezuela's government has condemned a UK court ruling denying it permission to withdraw gold worth $1bn from the Bank of England.
President Nicolas Maduro said the funds would help pay for the fight against coronavirus.
Venezuela's vice president said the ruling is an attempt to steal the country's gold.
But a judge ruled the UK only recognises one leader - Juan Guaido.
Al Jazeera's Sonia Gallego reports. On May 1, 47 inmates were shot dead by guards in a Venezuelan prison, in what human rights groups called a massacre. The government disputes this, saying the prison guards were fired on. The NBC News Verification Unit has investigated. Delivery has become key for restaurants fighting to stay open during the COVID-19 pandemic.
One start-up in Venezuela is helping dozens of restaurants in the capital to stay open with the first food delivery app in the country. The pandemic has boosted food delivery business in Venezuela. One start-up created first food delivery app in the country to help dozens of restaurants in the capital to stay open.