The Republic of Somaliland is not officially recognized. But, it has a government, a constitution, and for years has been economically stable. That’s the reason why many who left seeking better lives now want to return.
A group of Venezuelan refugees are making the grueling journey all the way to Peru, in part thanks to their lucky charm coconut, "Wilson."
As the planet heats up, homes are becoming uninhabitable and people are on the move. The countries most responsible for climate change are fortifying their borders to keep them out.
Some 715,000 Venezuelans now live in Peru, and almost all of them arrived through the border town of Tumbes. Here, a compassionate hotel manager is providing refugees with a roof over their heads. Oliver Pieper reports.
US President Donald Trump said he was considering action because of Democrat opposition to his border plans. The White House and Homeland Security officials said the idea had been dropped.
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