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Colombia's Migrant Crisis Are Venezuelan Refugees Still Welcome?

Tens of thousands of Venezuelans are fleeing to Colombia each day because they might otherwise starve. But how long will their neighbors' goodwill last, considering they themselves are taking to the streets to protest poverty, violence and a reviled president?
By Annette Langer in Cúcuta, Colombia
Since socialist Nicolas Maduro came into power in Venezuela, hundreds of thousands have fled hunger and his government's mismanagement. The border crossing near Cúcuta in the country's northeast is a migration hotspot.

Since socialist Nicolas Maduro came into power in Venezuela, hundreds of thousands have fled hunger and his government's mismanagement. The border crossing near Cúcuta in the country's northeast is a migration hotspot.

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Colombia's Migrant Crisis
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This piece is part of the Global Societies series. The project runs for three years and is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.