Muros Invisibles
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Muros Invisibles

Snapshots from the Venezuelan Border

Literary Polaroids of the people we have met on the border with Venezuela

Crowds watched the running skirmishes near a cloud of tear gas on the Venezuelan border Feb 24 from under the Simon Bolivar Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia (photo Joshua Collins)

(Cucuta, Colombia) The Colombian and Venezuelan people are inspiring. They share many traits, and one them is that they dance even when disaster approaches. Their resilience and humor under difficult circumstances never ceases to amaze me.

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Joshua Collins

Joshua Collins

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A reporter on immigration and world affairs, based in Cucuta, Colombia. Bylines at Al Jazeera, Caracas Chronicles, New Humanitarian and more