Colombia deports undocumented Venezuelans entering Cucuta

In response, Venezuela now requests migration cards for Colombians travelling to Venezuela.

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    When border crossings between Venezuela and Colombia reopened, it came as a relief for Venezuelans desperate to cross over and get food, medicine and other things they can't find at home.

    But an increase in police numbers means the journey now carries even greater risks for those without the right papers.

    Al Jazeera's Alessandro Rampietti reports.


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