Church in Peru welcomes Venezuelans fleeing hardship
Sept. 6, 2018
Over 2,000 Venezuelan migrants are being taken care of by the 7 parishes in the city of Tumbes, Peru. The migrants arrived in the city after fleeing from their conflict-ridden state. A migrant spokesperson thanked the members of the church for helping them when they had nowhere to go, pledging that the Venezuelan community would repay their kindness in any way possible.
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