Venezuelan migrants set up a band to cope

Some people who escaped economic crises are resorting to making music to deal with difficulties of being away from home.

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    More than two million Venezuelans escaping economic crisis resettled in countries across South America.

    In Argentina, some are resorting to making music to cope with the difficulties of being away from home.

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports from Buenos Aires.


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