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'.


    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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