A corridor of newborns at the San Jose de Maicao Hospital in Maicao, Colombia. Venezuelan migrants have given birth to more than 25,000 infants in Colombia over the past two years.
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The names of the shooting victims adorn a makeshift memorial near the Cielo Vista Mall and Walmart in El Paso, Texas, on Tuesday. Saturday's shooting left 22 people dead.
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Venezuelan soldiers and policemen who deserted to Colombia protest after being evicted from the hotel where they were staying in Cúcuta in May. More than 1,400 members of Venezuelan security forces fled the country in February and March.
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Venezuelan Leidy Navarro (left) walks with her daughter Valentina Caceres back to their home in Ureña, Venezuela, after picking her up at school in Cúcuta, Colombia, in March.
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Venezuelan boats are moored at a port in Willemstad, Curaçao, in February. For many Venezuelans, Caribbean islands like Curaçao are escapes from their country's turmoil.
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Men, women and children line up for free lunch at a soup kitchen in Maracaibo, Venezuela. The meal consists of a bottle of milk and a few scoops of rice mixed with eggs and vegetables.
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Opposition leader Juan Guaidó (left) stands with first vice president Edgar Zambrano before a session of the National Assembly in Caracas in January. Zambrano was arrested Wednesday night.
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U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, pictured in March, said he plans to tell his Russian counterpart, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, that Moscow must stop meddling in the Venezuelan crisis.
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An anti-government protester walks near a bus that was set on fire by other protesters during clashes between rebel and loyalist soldiers in Caracas, Venezuela, on Tuesday.