Some 2,000 Cuban migrants on their way to the United States are stranded in Central America after Nicaragua barred them from entering from Costa Rica. The crisis is shining a light on the growing number of Cubans heading overland to try to reach the United States.
Some 2,000 Cuban migrants on their way to the United States are stranded in Central America after Nicaragua barred them from entering from Costa Rica. The crisis is shining a light on the growing number of Cubans heading overland to try to reach the United States. Jim Wyss Miami Herald staff
Some 2,000 Cuban migrants on their way to the United States are stranded in Central America after Nicaragua barred them from entering from Costa Rica. The crisis is shining a light on the growing number of Cubans heading overland to try to reach the United States. Jim Wyss Miami Herald staff

Thousands of Cuban migrants stuck at Nicaraguan border in limbo amid political impasse

November 20, 2015 04:56 PM

UPDATED November 20, 2015 10:48 PM

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