Peru sees Venezuelan migrant influx despite restrictions

One migrant, Maria, tells Al Jazeera she is not in Peru to 'take away a job from someone else', but because her 'children had nothing to eat'.

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    Despite passport restrictions to enter Peru, Venezuelans continue to pour into the country, escaping economic hardship at home.

    Many say exile could feel like a punishment away from their beloved country, but instead it has become a learning process.

    Al Jazeera's Mariana Sanchez reports from Tumbes in northern Peru.


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