Colombia dismantles first tent camp for Venezuelan migrants

While city officials say all migrants have found alternative lodging, many may end up on the streets.

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    Colombian authorities have dismantled the country's first official camp for Venezuelan migrants.

    Almost 700 people took shelter in the tent city in Bogota when it opened in November.

    While city officials say all migrants have found alternative lodging, many may end up on the streets.

    Al Jazeera's Alessando Rampietti reports.


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