Monday’s landing in the Marquesas comes as Coast Guard crews conducted a 1,886-square mile search for up to 20 migrants thought to have gone into the sea after their makeshift vessel capsized over the weekend.
Monday’s landing in the Marquesas comes as Coast Guard crews conducted a 1,886-square mile search for up to 20 migrants thought to have gone into the sea after their makeshift vessel capsized over the weekend. Miami Herald File
Monday’s landing in the Marquesas comes as Coast Guard crews conducted a 1,886-square mile search for up to 20 migrants thought to have gone into the sea after their makeshift vessel capsized over the weekend. Miami Herald File

20 Cuban migrants land at the Marquesas

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