'I don't have a happy ending': Venezuela's misery is deepening and spilling over its bordersGet the Full StoryREUTERS Javier Andres Rojas
Venezuela's economic, political, and social turmoil is deepening.
Those crises have spurred massive waves of migration, as Venezuelans leave to look for relief.
Countries in the region are trying to adjust to the influx — and prepare for what's next in Venezuela.
Venezuela's deepening turmoil has spurred mass migration to the rest of the region, and now countries straining to deal with arriving migrants are taking steps to address the influx.
On February 8 in Cucuta, a border city that has become a hub for migrants, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos announced stricter migration controls and the deployment 3,000 security personnel to control hundreds of crossing points along the countries' 1,370-mile shared border.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Venezuela was Latin America s richest country and now it is in complete crisis here s how it fell apartSee Also:Venezuela is 'a target-rich environment' for more US sanctions but it could backfireA former top national security official says Venezuela is one of Trump's top 3 priorities alongside Iran and North KoreaArgentina's president wants the US to take a drastic measure against VenezuelaSEE ALSO: Rex Tillerson is talking about drastic action against one of the world's biggest oil producers again
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