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Venezuelan nurse turns to music to survive economic crisis

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To make ends meet, nurses in Venezuela are forced to work second jobs, like Edgar Fernandez who transforms himself into a mariachi performer.

Added on the 27/08/2019 13:01:18 - Copyright : AFP EN

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