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Can Colombia bear Venezuela’s refugee crisis?

More than three million Venezuelans have fled the country - more than one million of them to neighbouring Colombia. Its president, Ivan Duque, says that taking in Venezuelans will benefit Colombia in the long run. But is he right? His country's resources are limited. And the influx of migrants has bought not only rising unemployment but also poverty and disease. So can Colombia really cope? Guests: Christian Visnes Regional director for the Norwegian Refugee Council in Colombia Paloma Valencia Senator for the Democratic Centre Party Dylan Baddour Journalist Gimena Sanchez Rights advocate at the Washington Office on Latin America #Colombia #Venezuela #Refugees

Venezuela on the Edge: Hunger drives thousands of refugees to Colombia

Venezuela on the Edge: Hunger drives thousands of refugees to Colombia

Venezuela On The Edge: Indigenous Venezuelans driven out by economy

Venezuela On The Edge: Indigenous Venezuelans driven out by economy

Colombia Deportations: Thousands of Venezuelans sent back home

Colombia Deportations: Thousands of Venezuelans sent back home

Venezuelan Migrant Crisis: US hospital ship in Colombia to help migrants

Venezuelan Migrant Crisis: US hospital ship in Colombia to help migrants

Blinken: Washington opposes any actions that make a two-state solution more difficult

Blinken: Washington opposes any actions that make a two-state solution more difficult

Myanmar's Coup: A Look Back Two Years Later

Myanmar's Coup: A Look Back Two Years Later

British Intelligence Alert: Russia's New Plan to Seize Bakhmut in Ukraine

British Intelligence Alert: Russia's New Plan to Seize Bakhmut in Ukraine

Erdogan: We will not ratify Sweden’s NATO membership

Erdogan: We will not ratify Sweden’s NATO membership

Pope Francis' Trip to Africa: An Analysis of Its Significance and Expectations

Pope Francis' Trip to Africa: An Analysis of Its Significance and Expectations

Power vacuum deepens Lebanon's economic woes

Power vacuum deepens Lebanon's economic woes

UK won't supply fighter jets to Ukraine but France is open to the idea

UK won't supply fighter jets to Ukraine but France is open to the idea

Pakistan is in mourning after the deadliest terror attack in years

Pakistan is in mourning after the deadliest terror attack in years

Myanmar marks two years since coup amid human rights violations

Myanmar marks two years since coup amid human rights violations

US Secretary of State Blinken meets Palestinian President Abbas

US Secretary of State Blinken meets Palestinian President Abbas

Seven astronauts died after NASA space shuttle crashed in 2003

Seven astronauts died after NASA space shuttle crashed in 2003

US preparing $2.2B military package, includes long-range missiles

US preparing $2.2B military package, includes long-range missiles

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