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Venezuelans migrants transform Colombia's parks into open-air bedrooms

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Bucaramanga, a Colombian city near the Venezuelan border, is known for its parks, which have become a refuge for the country's many Venezuelan migrants. They have transformed the green spaces into open-air bedrooms from which they sleep, work and ask for help to survive.

Added on the 14/01/2020 12:44:39 - Copyright : AFP EN

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