Dunieski Eliades Lastre Sedeño, left, and Edelvis Martínez Aguilar, right, were murdered in Colombia on Sept. 8 as they tried to make their way to the United States.
Dunieski Eliades Lastre Sedeño, left, and Edelvis Martínez Aguilar, right, were murdered in Colombia on Sept. 8 as they tried to make their way to the United States. Courtesy
Dunieski Eliades Lastre Sedeño, left, and Edelvis Martínez Aguilar, right, were murdered in Colombia on Sept. 8 as they tried to make their way to the United States. Courtesy

Heartbreak over the murder of two Cuban migrants in Colombia’s jungle

September 20, 2016 05:30 PM

UPDATED October 24, 2016 12:10 PM

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