Cuban migrants rest at a temporary shelter set up in La Cruz, Costa Rica. Some 2,000 Cuban migrants on their way to the United States, are stranded here after Nicaragua barred them from entering. The crisis is shining a light on the growing number of Cubans heading overland to try to reach the United States.
Cuban migrants rest at a temporary shelter set up in La Cruz, Costa Rica. Some 2,000 Cuban migrants on their way to the United States, are stranded here after Nicaragua barred them from entering. 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
Cuban migrants rest at a temporary shelter set up in La Cruz, Costa Rica. Some 2,000 Cuban migrants on their way to the United States, are stranded here after Nicaragua barred them from entering. 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

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