A group of 17 men, who were among the Cuban rafters who took refuge at the American Shoal Lighthouse, remain at the Navy Base at Guantánamo Bay awaiting their fate.
A group of 17 men, who were among the Cuban rafters who took refuge at the American Shoal Lighthouse, remain at the Navy Base at Guantánamo Bay awaiting their fate. El Nuevo Herald Archive
A group of 17 men, who were among the Cuban rafters who took refuge at the American Shoal Lighthouse, remain at the Navy Base at Guantánamo Bay awaiting their fate. El Nuevo Herald Archive

Lighthouse Cuban rafters in legal limbo after six months at Guantánamo Navy base

January 09, 2017 05:50 PM

UPDATED January 09, 2017 07:26 PM

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