BRASILIA – the Inhabitants of the Northern Brazilian town of Pacaraima have Saturday to a refugee camp attacked and set on fire. In the camp, stayed about two thousand Venezuelan refugees, many of whom back fled across the border.
According to the police in the attack no injured cases and there are no arrests made.
Local media report that the attack took place, after earlier in the day Venezuelans a Brazilian merchant had been robbed and wounded. According to the police in the attack no injured cases and there are no arrests made.
Pacairama, in the northern province of Roraima, lies on the border with Venezuela, and on an important route that Venezuelans choose to to the deep crisis in their own country to escape. In the first half of this year have been sixteen thousand Venezuelans a residence permit applied for in Roraima.
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