Valeria Sophia Gómez (left) and Maijer Josue, twins, were born in Cúcuta, Colombia, after their Venezuelan mother was told she needed to cross the border if the babies were to live. Venezuela’s health crisis has sent thousands across the border to seek care.
Valeria Sophia Gómez (left) and Maijer Josue, twins, were born in Cúcuta, Colombia, after their Venezuelan mother was told she needed to cross the border if the babies were to live. Venezuela’s health crisis has sent thousands across the border to seek care. Jim Wyss Miami Herald
Valeria Sophia Gómez (left) and Maijer Josue, twins, were born in Cúcuta, Colombia, after their Venezuelan mother was told she needed to cross the border if the babies were to live. Venezuela’s health crisis has sent thousands across the border to seek care. Jim Wyss Miami Herald

Venezuelans pour into Colombia, desperate for medical care they can’t find at home

December 23, 2016 02:38 PM

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