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28 February 2018 | Picture of the day

SURVIVING AGAINST THE ODDS: A Venezuelan indigenous refugee gives water to her daughter inside a shelter in the city of Boa Vista, Roraima, Brazil. According to local authorities, around 1 000 refugees are crossing the Brazilian border each day from Venezuela. With the constant influx of Venezuelan immigrants most are living in shelters and the streets of Boa Vista and Paracaima cities, looking for work, medical care and food. Photo: NAMPA/AFP

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