Venezuelans turn to Colombia for basic supplies

Anti-government protesters in Venezuela are planning a day of action on Monday after 20 people were killed in violence last week.

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    Anti-government protesters in Venezuela are planning a day of action on Monday after 20 people were killed in violence last week.

    They are demanding President Nicolas Maduro call an election amid an economic crisis.

    As the country struggles with shortages, thousands of residents cross over the border to Colombia to buy diapers, food and medicine.


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