Via CBN:

CUCUTA, Colombia – The lights are starting to come back on in parts of Caracas – Venezuela’s capital. But the extended power outage and ongoing food crisis have sent a tidal wave of humanity fleeing the country to neighboring Brazil and Colombia.

Here in the border town of Cucuta, thugs paid by Venezuelan Dictator Nicholas Maduro’s regime are targeting people for robbery and kidnapping.

As the US embassy pulled its remaining personnel out of Caracas on Tuesday, this CBN News reporter went back to the border where aid shipments were burned by Venezuelan troops two weeks ago.

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