Indigenous Pemon on Venezuela’s border with Brazil vow to let aid in

FILE PHOTO: Pemon Indians protest outside the German Embassy demanding the return of the sacred 'Kueka Stone' in Caracas, June 21, 2012. REUTERS/Christian Veron/File Photo/File Photo

PUERTO ORDAZ, Venezuela (Reuters) – Venezuela’s Pemon, an indigenous people living along the border with Brazil, are determined to allow into the embattled country any foreign aid that may arrive, even if that means a showdown with Venezuelan security forces and the government of President Nicolas Maduro. Amid a hyperinflationary economic collapse that has caused […]

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