How Brazil is dealing with an influx of Venezuelan refugees
Clip: 07/16/2019 | 8m 45s
Over the past five years, Venezuela’s combination of political instability, economic crisis and humanitarian disaster has driven record numbers of people out of the country to seek refuge elsewhere. The exodus is reshaping the entire continent of South America in unexpected ways. Amna Nawaz reports from the border between Venezuela and Brazil, where she met families making the desperate journey.
Aired: 07/16/19Video has closed captioning.
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