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yeah call me then I suppose a yes is that once I get that once a year we couldn't find food and if we did it was very expensive the scene for my medication we couldn't find it and if we did it was triple or quadruple the price , what what little bit there but is Esther is just one of four million Bennis well in refugees and migrants forced to flee their home country according to the United Nations latest estimate as political toil Morse into an economic and humanitarian crisis actress Angelina Jolie special envoy for the United Nations High Commissioner for refugees visit a refugee camp on the Colombian Venezuelan border to bring attention to their plight it can be award winning actress spent time scene with children and grieving families was there mostly to listen people who have had to go through this placements %HESITATION I think answer and go through it like all these young children and all of you strong as people in the world to anything and I know and I also know that all of you are so capable and so talented and such amazing families Columbia which shares a border to the north with Venezuela stands out among its South America neighbors and lending a helping hand by taking in one point three million Venezuelans what is the poverty the people are dying from hunger from a lack of medicine so we had to leave fight and start for game seven well they said there may be a tiny crack in the catastrophe caused by crippling hyper inflation and political bickering Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro on Friday agreed to a partial opening at the border with Colombia which should provide some basic goods and services to flow once again to the border which has been shut since February when opposition leaders tried and failed to bring it across