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Indigenous peoples at risk in Venezuela’s Amazonas state

By DW   |   13 August 2018   |   12:36 pm  
Malnutrition, measles outbreaks and out-of-control malaria in Venezuela's Amazonas state are taking a grim toll on the indigenous population, whose woes are being compounded by unusually heavy rains and the country's economic crisis.
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