Four immigrants from Cuba arrived at Hallandale Beach on this craft.
Four immigrants from Cuba arrived at Hallandale Beach on this craft. Jim Donnelly Courtesy
Four immigrants from Cuba arrived at Hallandale Beach on this craft. Jim Donnelly Courtesy

Dozens of Cuban migrants have come to S. Fla within 3 weeks

June 19, 2015 02:02 PM

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