Venezuela struck by magnitude 7.3 earthquake
Apocryphal earthquake that hit Venezuela on Tuesday has left a landmark skyscraper in the capital Caracas leaning precariously to one side, the top find flaws of the abandoned forty, five story building nightly as the tower of David have been pushed sideways. There are remarkably few reports of serious damage or casualties, but it coincides with the country's worst financial crisis. In recent times, the government is hoping its new currency will tackle runaway inflation, but citizens are still leaving in droves for other Latin American countries. Columbia is the country that's received the most migrants more than a million in the past fifteen months, South America correspondent Katie Watson reports from Kuta on the Colombia, Venezuela border.