Venezuela refugees feel unwanted in Peru

Venezuelans leaving their country are finding life problematic in Peru. Racial slurs and hate speech have made it hard for many of them to feel safe.

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    Venezuelans leaving their country are finding life problematic in Peru.

    Racial slurs and hate speech have made it hard for many of them to feel safe.

    But some say the anti-migrant attitude is easier to deal with than conditions back home in Venezuela.

    Al Jazeera’s Mariana Sanchez reports from Lima, Peru.


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