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domingo, 25 de febrero de 2018

Así viven los indígenas venezolanos que tuvieron que huir a Brasil (FOTOS)

Venezuelan Warao indigenous woman Yulen Moraleda, 33, gives milk to one of her new-born twins inside a shelter in the city of Boa Vista, Roraima, Brazil, on February 24, 2018. According with local authorities, around one thousand 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. Most are legalizing their status to stay and live in Brazil. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
Una indígena venezolana Warao, Yulen Moraleda,
 33, con sus gemelos en un refugio en Boa Vista, 
Roraima, Brasil, Febrero 24, 2018 / Foto AFP / 
MAURO PIMENTEL

Indígenas venezolanos, en su mayoría de la tribu Warao, permanecen en refugios en la ciudad de Boa Vista en Roraima, Brasil, el 24 de febrero de 2018. Según las autoridades locales, unos mil refugiados cruzan la frontera con ese país cada día desde Venezuela.


Viven en refugios y en las calles de las ciudades de Boa Vista y Paracaima, en busca de trabajo, atención médica y alimentación. La mayoría está legalizando su estado para permanecer en Brasil.
Fotos MAURO PIMENTEL / AFP
A Venezuelan indigenous refugee child cries at a shelter in the city of Boa Vista, Roraima, Brazil, on February 24, 2018. According with local authorities, around one thousand 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. Most are legalizing their status to stay and live in Brazil. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
Un niño indígena venezolano llora en un refugio en la ciudad de Boa Vista, Roraima, Febrero 24, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
Venezuelan refugee child from Warao indigenous tribe plays with a toy inside a shelter in the city of Boa Vista, Roraima, Brazil, on February 24, 2018. According with local authorities, around one thousand 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. Most are legalizing their status to stay and live in Brazil. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
Un niño indígena venezolano de la tribu Warao juega con un juguete dentro de un refugio en la ciudad de Boa Vista, Roraima, Brasil, Febrero 24, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
Venezuelan refugee child walks inside a shelter in the city of Boa Vista, Roraima, Brazil, on February 24, 2018. According with local authorities, around one thousand 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. Most are legalizing their status to stay and live in Brazil. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
Un niño indígena venezolano camina dentro de un refugio en la ciudad de Boa Vista, Roraima, Brasil, Febrero 24, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
Venezuelan refugee indigenous watches a movie inside a shelter in the city of Boa Vista, Roraima, Brazil, on February 24, 2018. According with local authorities, around one thousand 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. Most are legalizing their status to stay and live in Brazil. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
Un indígena venezolano ve una película dentro de un refugio en la ciudad de Boa Vista, Roraima, Brasil, Febrero 24, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
A Venezuelan indigenous refugee mother and son rest inside a shelter in the city of Boa Vista, Roraima, Brazil, on February 24, 2018. According with local authorities, around one thousand 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. Most are legalizing their status to stay and live in Brazil. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
Madre e hijo, indígenas venezolanos, descansan dentro de un refugio en la ciudad de Boa Vista, Roraima, Brasil, February 24, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
A Venezuelan indigenous refugee gives water to her daughter inside a shelter in the city of Boa Vista, Roraima, Brazil, on February 24, 2018. According with local authorities, around one thousand 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. Most are legalizing their status to stay and live in Brazil. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
Una indígena venezolana le da agua a su hija dentro de un refugio en la ciudad de Boa Vista, Roraima, Brasil. Febrero 24, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
A Venezuelan indigenous refugee child and youth look from a tent inside a shelter in the city of Boa Vista, Roraima, Brazil, on February 24, 2018. According with local authorities, around one thousand 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. Most are legalizing their status to stay and live in Brazil. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
Niños indígenas venezolanos miran desde una tienda dentro de un refugio en la ciudad de Boa Vista, Roraima, Brasil, Febrero 24, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
Venezuelan indigenous refugee children play dominos inside a shelter in the city of Boa Vista, Roraima, Brazil, on February 24, 2018. According with local authorities, around one thousand 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. Most are legalizing their status to stay and live in Brazil. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
Niños indígenas venezolanos juegan dominó dentro de un refugio en la ciudad de Boa Vista, Roraima, Brasil, Febrero 24, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
A Venezuelan refugee waits her turn to talk with NGO workers inside a shelter in the city of Boa Vista, Roraima, Brazil, on February 24, 2018. According with local authorities, around one thousand 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. Most are legalizing their status to stay and live in Brazil. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
Una refugiada venezolana espera su turno para hablar con las autoridades locales dentro de un refugio en la ciudad de Boa Vista, Roraima, Brasil, Febrero 24, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
Venezuelan refugees cook inside a shelter in the city of Boa Vista, Roraima, Brazil, on February 24, 2018. According with local authorities, around one thousand 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. Most are legalizing their status to stay and live in Brazil. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
Refugiados venezolanos cocinan dentro de un refugio en la ciudad de Boa Vista, Rorarima, Brasil, Febrero 24, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
Maria Flores, 50, who works as housekeeper to send money to her family in Venezuela, sits inside a shelter in the city of Boa Vista, Roraima, Brazil, on February 24, 2018. According with local authorities, around one thousand 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. Most are legalizing their status to stay and live in Brazil. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
María Flores, 50, quien trabaja como ama de llaves para enviar dinero a su familia en Venezuela, sentada dentro de un refugio en la ciudad de Boa Vista, Roraima, Brasil, Febrero 24, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
A Venezuelan refugee takes a rest inside a shelter in the city of Boa Vista, Roraima, Brazil, on February 24, 2018. According with local authorities, around one thousand 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. Most are legalizing their status to stay and live in Brazil. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
Una refugiada venezolana toma un descanso dentro de un refugio en la ciudad de Boa Vista, Roraima, Brasil, Febrero 24, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
Venezuelan refugee child from the Venezuelan indigenous tribe Warao is pictured at a shelter in the city of Boa Vista, Roraima, Brazil, on February 24, 2018. According with local authorities, around one thousand 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. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
Un niño venezolano refugiado, de la tribu indígena Warao, es fotografiado dentro de un refugio en Boa Vista, Roraima, Brasil, Febrero 24, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
Venezuelan refugee child from the Venezuelan indigenous tribe Warao is pictured at a shelter in the city of Boa Vista, Roraima, Brazil, on February 24, 2018. According with local authorities, around one thousand 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. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
Un niño venezolano refugiado, de la tribu indígena Warao, es fotografiado dentro de un refugio en Boa Vista, Roraima, Brasil, Febrero 24, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
Venezuelan refugee children from indigenous tribes play inside a shelter in the city of Boa Vista, Roraima, Brazil, on February 24, 2018. According with local authorities, around one thousand 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. Most are legalizing their status to stay and live in Brazil. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
Niños indígenas venezolanos refugiados juegan dentro de un refugio en la ciudad de Boa Vista, Roraima, Brasil, Febrero 24, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
Children from the Venezuelan indigenous tribe Warao play football at a shelter in the city of Boa Vista, Roraima, Brazil, on February 24, 2018. According with local authorities, around one thousand 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. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
Niños venezolanos de la tribu indígena Warao juegan fútbol en un refugio en la ciudad de Boa Vista, Roraima, Brasil, Febrero 24, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL

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