Karen Rosa, 11, an indigenous girl in Maracaibo, Venezuela, sells garbage bags on the street to get enough money to buy rice for her family, a two-hour bus ride away.
Karen Rosa, 11, an indigenous girl in Maracaibo, Venezuela, sells garbage bags on the street to get enough money to buy rice for her family, a two-hour bus ride away. Humberto Matheus
Karen Rosa, 11, an indigenous girl in Maracaibo, Venezuela, sells garbage bags on the street to get enough money to buy rice for her family, a two-hour bus ride away. Humberto Matheus

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March 12, 2018 06:20 PM