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Venezuelans fleeing the crisis find precarious ‘stability’ in Bolivia

By AFP
18 December 2019   |   10:50 am
Facing xenophobia in many countries where they seek refuge, young Venezuelans are settling on street corners in downtown La Paz, Bolivia to sell candies to survive and to send a little money back home.

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