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People wait to cross the Francisco de Paula Santander international bridge, linking Urena, in Venezuela and Cucuta, in Colombia, despite the border closing order issued by the Venezuelan government, on December 18, 2016.
President Nicolas Maduro delayed until January 2 taking Venezuela's highest denomination bill out of circulation but the borders with Colombia and Brazil will remain closed to hit what he claims are "mafias" hoarding Venezuelan cash abroad in a US-backed plot to destabilize the country. In Tachira, the crackdown caused added misery for people who rely on cross-border trade. / AFP / George Castellanos        (Photo credit should read GEORGE CASTELLANOS/AFP/Getty Images)
People wait to cross the Francisco de Paula Santander international bridge, linking Urena, in Venezuela and Cucuta, in Colombia, despite the border closing order issued by the Venezuelan government, on December 18, 2016.
President Nicolas Maduro delayed until January 2 taking Venezuela's highest denomination bill out of circulation but the borders with Colombia and Brazil will remain closed to hit what he claims are "mafias" hoarding Venezuelan cash abroad in a US-backed plot to destabilize the country. In Tachira, the crackdown caused added misery for people who rely on cross-border trade. / AFP / George Castellanos        (Photo credit should read GEORGE CASTELLANOS/AFP/Getty Images)

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