Is the exodus of Venezuelans at a tipping point? 

The World

More than 5.6 million Venezuelans have left the country since 2015, escaping political, economic and social upheaval. And the exodus only continues. It has become the largest external displacement crisis in the region's history and the most underfunded in terms of international help. Marco Werman speaks to Dominika Arseniuk, the Colombia director for the Norwegian Refugee Council.

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