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Etiqueta: Venezuelan migrants

Murders and threats increase tension between Peruvians and Venezuelans

Tensions have increased between Venezuelans and Peruvians after two high-profile murders and public death threats. Additionally, there have been protests against the...

Evicted Venezuelan migrants prefer to go homeless than back to their country

Evicted, homeless, or during the COVID-19 pandemic, migrating Venezuelans are not returning home to the Nicolas Maduro regime. Only...

“Deportations will not stop the human avalanche of Venezuelans,” the OAS representative says

By Daniela Carrasco. The Organization of American States delegate for the Venezuelan migratory crisis, David Smolansky, complained about the...

“They are going to kill me,” A video call saved a migrant woman from...

By Carlos Camacho in Caracas with information from Infobae. Venezuelan Jennys Meizas denounced, this Thursday, January 21, that she...

Venezuelan migrants coming from the border are stranded and cannot return to their homes

By Lorena Bornacelly. Defeating all odds, during a pandemic, with little or no resources, crossing Third World borders and...

Ten months later, 17 Venezuelan migrants still missing on the Falcon coast

People have not recovered from the death of 34 would-be migrants who tried to reach Trinidad and Tobago by sea from Guiria...

Venezuelan children remain jailed in Trinidad and Tobago

Nine Venezuelan children have been detained for several weeks in Trinidad and Tobago, trying to escape the Nicolas Maduro regime.

Relatives of migrants missing at sea take protest to Caracas

By Lisbeth Barboza Ruiz.Additional reporting by Carlos Camacho in Caracas. Guiria is still lamenting and burying its dead. Falcon...

The government from Trinidad and Venezuela should have coordinated the return of the 41...

The Nicolas Maduro government dismissed the complaints of relatives, and it seems that closed any research about the Guiria shipwreck although, Venezuela...

Venezuelan migration ends in 2020 as the second largest in the world

The Venezuelan migration crisis is currently the second-largest in the world, with 5.4 million Venezuelans abroad. And also the largest one in...
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