Exiles converge at embassies and consulates around the world to throw their weight behind the attempt to oust Nicolás Maduro

The sun had not yet risen over Mexico City when the mobile phones of thousands of exiled Venezuelans began buzzing with news of an uprising back home.

“I woke up to a hundred-and-something messages,” said Carlos Beck, a 60-year-old from Maracaibo who was one of scores of exiles who flocked to their embassy on Tuesday to throw their weight behind the thunderbolt attempt to drive Nicolás Maduro from power. “It was such a pleasant surprise.”

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