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their plight extends well beyond the border of their home country of that as well %HESITATION , then as well and migrants in the border town of product ID my Brazil are competing with vultures for any scraps of food they can find in a landfill I was hoping I will sometimes we get a little wheat flour some beans this morning I got a little bit of oil Charlie Sanchez is among several million to flee band as well as crippling economic and humanitarian crisis a crisis that the west blames on president Nicolas Maduro he's being accused of mismanaging the nation's oil producing economy Ross Mahdi dobar says it's because of Maduro that she was unable to find a job in her home country meant the end they could we want to go back to our country but what he's doing does not allow us to buy a chi my host the only road in the region that crosses into Brazil another group of Venezuelans got here three months ago but stopped when they found this abandoned boss they needed shelter and have lived here ever since they hope to move south and find jobs but for now the search for food