More than 6,000 Venezuelans displaced to Colombia because of conflict

The clashes between the Venezuelan Armed Forces and irregular groups in the state of Apure began 10 days ago and have left at least two soldiers dead.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The NGO Fundaredes warned Wednesday that more than 6,000 Venezuelans had been displaced to Colombia fleeing the fighting that began last March 21 in the border state of Apure, between the Venezuelan Armed Forces and an irregular armed group, which activists identify as FARC dissidents.

"In Arauquita alone, there are more than 5,000 displaced Venezuelans. Some are in other places, but not in places of shelter. They have . . .

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