A Venezuelan folk band plays on the streets of Bogotá, Colombia. The number of Venezuelans in Colombia has increased 10-fold amid that nation’s economic collapse.
A Venezuelan folk band plays on the streets of Bogotá, Colombia. The number of Venezuelans in Colombia has increased 10-fold amid that nation’s economic collapse. Jim Wyss Miami Herald
A Venezuelan folk band plays on the streets of Bogotá, Colombia. The number of Venezuelans in Colombia has increased 10-fold amid that nation’s economic collapse. Jim Wyss Miami Herald

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  • Venezuelan officials bury policeman killed in shootout

    Anti-government policeman Oscar Perez was buried Sunday by the military nearly a week after being killed in a shootout with security forces, relatives said. Just two of Oscar Perez's relatives were allowed to attend the early morning burial at a Caracas cemetery surrounded by National Guard officers. Authorities denied relatives' demands that they hand over the body of Perez and six others killed.