Venezuela: Thousands cross into Colombia for food and medicine

Hundreds of people are crossing the border from Venezuela into Colombia every day to buy food and medicine. The increased demand is placing a strain on health services in Colombia and crime has also gone up.

    Hundreds of people are crossing the border from Venezuela into Colombia every day to buy food and medicine.

    The increased demand is placing a strain on health services in Colombia and crime has also gone up.

     

    Al Jazeera's Daniel Schweimler reports from the Colombian border city of Cucuta.


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