Chile: A new haven for Caribbean and South American migrants?

As the US and parts of Europe close their borders to migrants and refugees, one of the world's more isolated countries has opened its doors.

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    As the United States and parts of Europe close their borders to migrants and refugees, one of the world's more isolated countries has opened its doors.

    Chile has become an unlikely destination for Caribbean and South American immigrants escaping poverty and political instability.

    Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman reports from Chile's capital Santiago.


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