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Venezuelan women carry groceries as they cross back the border from Cucuta, Norte de Santander department, Colombia to San Antonio del Tachira, Venezuela on July 10, 2016.
Thousands of Venezuelans crossed Sunday the border with Colombia to take advantage of its 12-hour opening after it was closed by the Venezuelan government 11 months ago. Venezuelans rushed to Cucuta to buy food and medicines which are scarce in their country. / AFP / Schneyder Mendoza        (Photo credit should read SCHNEYDER MENDOZA/AFP/Getty Images)
Venezuelan women carry groceries as they cross back the border from Cucuta, Norte de Santander department, Colombia to San Antonio del Tachira, Venezuela on July 10, 2016.
Thousands of Venezuelans crossed Sunday the border with Colombia to take advantage of its 12-hour opening after it was closed by the Venezuelan government 11 months ago. Venezuelans rushed to Cucuta to buy food and medicines which are scarce in their country. / AFP / Schneyder Mendoza        (Photo credit should read SCHNEYDER MENDOZA/AFP/Getty Images)

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