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Nearly 4,000 people flee to Colombia due to armed clashes in Venezuela

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Arauquita, Mar 26 (EFE).- Venezuelan families who fled to Colombia due to clashes between their military and Colombian groups reported that they escaped across the border after their homes were burned down.Colombian Ombudsman Carlos Camargo with municipal and government authorities on Friday toured the shelters of almost 4,000 people who have arrived in Arauquita, a town in the department of Arauca, bordering Venezuela. (Camera: JEBRAIL MOSQUERA CONTRERAS).SHOT LIST: VENEZUELAN MIGRANTS CROSS THE BORDER FROM LA VICTORIA IN VENEZUELA TO ARAUQUITA IN COLOMBIA.

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