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Venezuelans returning home after Colombia economic lockdown

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Venezuelans returning home after Colombia economic lockdown

Venezuelans returning home after Colombia economic lockdown

Venezuelans who fled an economic collapse in their country have begun returning home as neighbouring Colombia restricts economic activity to prevent COVID-19.


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Venezuelans Venezuelans citizens, or natives, of Venezuela

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Venezuelans are steadily losing access to cheap basic services from water to cooking gas that have helped them survive economic crisis, forcing many to find creative solutions and adding pressure during the coronavirus quarantine. Gavino Garay reports.

Credit: Reuters - Politics    Duration: 02:38Published

Colombia Colombia Country in the northwestern part of South America

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The two days of violent demonstrations killed at least 13 people.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO    Duration: 02:38Published
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Police killing sparks riots across Colombia that leave seven dead

Video of the police abuse went viral sparking unrest across the country with more than 150 civilians and police injured.

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Country eases coronavirus restrictions as peak passes, but crowds in public spaces raise fears of a new spike.

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DJ Erick Morillo has died according to Miami Beach Police. According to CNN, the popular DJ was found dead at his Florida home on Tuesday morning. The Colombia-born artist had a huge influence on house music in his career spanning 30 years Morillo had a hit single early in his career with the El General single, "Muevelo." But he is best known for his Reel 2 Real 1994 song "Go On Move," also known as "I Like To Move It". The cause of death has not been determined yet. He was 49 years old.

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