In this photo taken on May 20, a group of Cubans stand atop American Shoal Lighthouse off Sugarloaf Key before ending a standoff with the Coast Guard. The 21 migrants have been living aboard a Coast Guard cutter since, awaiting the outcome of a federal lawsuit seeking to allow them to stay in the United States.
In this photo taken on May 20, a group of Cubans stand atop American Shoal Lighthouse off Sugarloaf Key before ending a standoff with the Coast Guard. The 21 migrants have been living aboard a Coast Guard cutter since, awaiting the outcome of a federal lawsuit seeking to allow them to stay in the United States. AP
In this photo taken on May 20, a group of Cubans stand atop American Shoal Lighthouse off Sugarloaf Key before ending a standoff with the Coast Guard. The 21 migrants have been living aboard a Coast Guard cutter since, awaiting the outcome of a federal lawsuit seeking to allow them to stay in the United States. AP

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