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Thousands of Venezuelans flee to Colombia amid violence on border

Video Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO - Duration: 02:39s - Published
Thousands of Venezuelans flee to Colombia amid violence on border

Thousands of Venezuelans flee to Colombia amid violence on border

Venezuela’s military says it is fighting Colombian armed groups in rural areas, Colombia says people ‘forcibly displaced’.


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