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Migration crisis in a Colombian coastal town

 08/04/2021 - 18:09
It is estimated that 600 people arrived in Necoclí every day for two weeks, aggravating the health crisis. They seek to reach Panama through the Darien jungle, as a stopover to enter the United States. Most come from Africa. There are also Asians and Haitians. The Colombian government is taking steps to resolve the situation together with Panama, Costa Rica and Ecuador. Getty Images

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