File photo of a group of Cubans who wait to be treated outside the National Institute of Migration of Mexico after crossing the River Suchate, that was part of the route of the Cubans headed to towards the U.S.
File photo of a group of Cubans who wait to be treated outside the National Institute of Migration of Mexico after crossing the River Suchate, that was part of the route of the Cubans headed to towards the U.S. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD
File photo of a group of Cubans who wait to be treated outside the National Institute of Migration of Mexico after crossing the River Suchate, that was part of the route of the Cubans headed to towards the U.S. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD

Packed up and desperate to leave, some Cubans now have no place to go

January 13, 2017 07:42 PM

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