Venezuela has opened its border with Colombia for the second time this month to allow people to cross over to shop for basic foods and medicines.

Last week 35,000 crossed over for the first time since the border was closed a year ago by President Nicolas Maduro to fight cross-border crime.

Officials said at least 100,000 entered Colombia over the weekend.

Many basic goods are in short supply in Venezuela because of a severe economic crisis in the country.

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