These migrants landed at the U.S. Navy’s Boca Chica Sunday morning.
These migrants landed at the U.S. Navy’s Boca Chica Sunday morning. U.S. Navy
These migrants landed at the U.S. Navy’s Boca Chica Sunday morning. U.S. Navy

51 Cuban migrants make landfall in the Keys

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