Venezuela's indigenous migrants struggle to preserve traditions

Indigenous groups who fled their country's political and economic crises are among some of the most vulnerable migrants.

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    Aid workers in Brazil say indigenous people fleeing Venezuela are among some of the most vulnerable migrants.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Jamjoom reports from Boa Vista, Brazil, where he met one indigenous group who are doing all they can to hold on to their traditions after leaving Venezuela.


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