Venezuelan migrants targeted in Brazil

Brazilians have attacked camps for immigrants escaping the economic crisis in Venezuela.


    Businesses in Venezuela have closed as part of a 24-hour strike organised by the three leading opposition parties over the growing economic crisis.

    Venezuelans have been fleeing their country to seek a better life elsewhere.

    Some of them are trying to move to neighbouring Brazil, but they have not been welcomed by everyone there.

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports from Pacaraima, Brazil.


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