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Lynchings of youths set Colombia-Venezuela border ablaze again

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - "Venezuela is waiting for you, Colombia. Over political clumsiness, over government differences, the economy must prevail," said Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro on October 6.

For his part, the Colombian head of state, Iván Duque, assured that the reopening would take place "as soon as possible", following the Venezuelan announcement that transit would be resumed on that side (since, according to Colombian authorities, it had already been operating since June).

Although there was a glimmer of hope on the border for a few days, new events that occurred last weekend reminded us that reactivating the . . .

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