Some of the Cubans in jail in Belize for entering the country illegally.
Some of the Cubans in jail in Belize for entering the country illegally. Courtesy foto
Some of the Cubans in jail in Belize for entering the country illegally. Courtesy foto

Belize plans to free jailed Cuban immigrants

January 26, 2016 7:51 PM

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