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Crisis in Venezuela
Flood. Venezuelans flee the country depressed.
We hope our brothers are getting the help they need.
The Press says:
Lima, Peru - it'S 8 a.m. and the venezuelan refugee line outside the interpol office already extends to the end of the block.

Most have just arrived in Lima without much more than the clothes they wear and here are requesting a certificate showing that they have no criminal record, a requirement for a work permit in Peru.

"leaving was difficult, but staying would have been more difficult", said Andrea Sequiera, 29, while waiting at the end of the row with her husband Louis, age 31, and Fabian, 8 . "we know a lot of people who would like to leave Venezuela but can't pay the ticket".

Although Venezuelans have fled for years of the "Socialist Revolution" launched by Hugo Chávez in 1999, in recent months the drip has become a flood as living conditions become more and more calamitous, from the Hyperinflation to acute shortages of food and medicine. One of the worst homicides in the world.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2017/12/14/flood-venezuelans-fleeing-their-depressed-country/941463001/

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