Venezuela and Colombia have agreed to reopen pedestrian border crossings between their countries, a year after Venezuela closed the frontier in a dispute over security and smuggling.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said on Thursday that he and his Venezuelan counterpart agreed to open five pedestrian crossings for 15 hours a day from Saturday.
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