Colombians escape back home amid Venezuela’s crisis

As the economic and political crisis continues in Venezuela, some people see an escape in neighbouring Colombia. Thousands cross the border every day. Several of those crossing are Colombians who once sought refuge from a conflict back home.

    As the economic and political crisis continues in Venezuela, some people see an escape in neighbouring Colombia.

    Thousands cross the border every day.

    Several of those crossing are Colombians who once sought refuge from a conflict back home.

    Al Jazeera’s Daniel Schweimler reports from Cucuta, Colombia.


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