Cuban migrant Reinier Aguila Esquivel talks with a Mexican soldier as he and other Cubans stranded in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, attempt to pass to the international bridge following a rally and march from Plaza Juarez to the International Bridge, on Saturday, April 8, 2017.
Cuban migrant Reinier Aguila Esquivel talks with a Mexican soldier as he and other Cubans stranded in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, attempt to pass to the international bridge following a rally and march from Plaza Juarez to the International Bridge, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. Bob Owen San Antonio Express-News
Cuban migrant Reinier Aguila Esquivel talks with a Mexican soldier as he and other Cubans stranded in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, attempt to pass to the international bridge following a rally and march from Plaza Juarez to the International Bridge, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. Bob Owen San Antonio Express-News

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