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Venezuelan native group tries to save dying language

Efforts by Anu indigenous group to keep their identity and culture alive seem to be paying off.

    The Anu are a Venezuelan indigenous group who have long struggled to keep their identity and culture alive.

    And now their efforts are paying off.

    They have brought their language back from the brink of dying out.

    Al Jazeera's Virginia Lopez reports from Sinamaica.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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