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Venezuela On The Edge: Indigenous Venezuelans driven out by economy

Living off a garbage dump in a foreign country has become a better option than staying at home for some Venezuelans. The United Nations says nearly two million people have left Venezuela over the past four years. Among them thousands of indigenous people struggling to survive in neighbouring Colombia. Manuel Rueda has more from the eastern town of Puerto Carreno. #Venezuela #EconomicCrisis

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

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

Venezuela Health Crises: Thousands head to Colombia for medical care

Venezuela Health Crises: Thousands head to Colombia for medical care

Venezuela on the Edge: Thousands of Venezuelans flee to Ecuador

Venezuela on the Edge: Thousands of Venezuelans flee to Ecuador

Can Colombia bear Venezuela’s refugee crisis?

Can Colombia bear Venezuela’s refugee crisis?

Elon Musk to proceed with $44B buyout of Twitter

Elon Musk to proceed with $44B buyout of Twitter

Russian parliament approves annexations

Russian parliament approves annexations

Police chief and nine elite officers removed from posts

Police chief and nine elite officers removed from posts

The race heats up for space dominance

The race heats up for space dominance

Türkiye, Libya sign hydrocarbon deal

Türkiye, Libya sign hydrocarbon deal

German village bucking energy crisis

German village bucking energy crisis

North Korea conducts longest-range missile test yet over Japan

North Korea conducts longest-range missile test yet over Japan

Rumkale fortress standing test of time

Rumkale fortress standing test of time

Detroit Airport unveils parallel reality

Detroit Airport unveils parallel reality

Lebanon running dry of clean water

Lebanon running dry of clean water

Nominations for coveted prize set to begin this week

Nominations for coveted prize set to begin this week

Türkiye, Libya sign memorandums on gas, hydrocarbons

Türkiye, Libya sign memorandums on gas, hydrocarbons

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