Venezuela's indigenous migrants face Colombia discrimination

Indigenous groups that fled Venezuela's economic crisis have faced severe mistreatment and harassment.

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    The lack of food and other essentials in Venezuela has forced hundreds of thousands to look for their next meal in neighbouring Colombia.

    They include a growing number of indigenous people, who have reportedly faced the most mistreatment.

    Al Jazeera's Alessandro Rampietti reports from the border city of Cucuta.


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