Thirteen Cuban men sit on the curb of a Key Largo gas station after arriving from what they said was a four-day sea journey from their homeland to the United States.
Thirteen Cuban men sit on the curb of a Key Largo gas station after arriving from what they said was a four-day sea journey from their homeland to the United States. Monroe County Sheriff’s Office
Thirteen Cuban men sit on the curb of a Key Largo gas station after arriving from what they said was a four-day sea journey from their homeland to the United States. Monroe County Sheriff’s Office

25 Cuban migrants come ashore in the Keys

July 18, 2016 12:55 PM

UPDATED July 18, 2016 01:16 PM

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