A crewmember of the Coast Guard cutter Mohawk passes a life jacket to a Cuban immigrant who had jumped into the water from a rickety boat intercepted south of Key West, in 2015.
A crewmember of the Coast Guard cutter Mohawk passes a life jacket to a Cuban immigrant who had jumped into the water from a rickety boat intercepted south of Key West, in 2015. U.S. Coast Guard Courtesy
A crewmember of the Coast Guard cutter Mohawk passes a life jacket to a Cuban immigrant who had jumped into the water from a rickety boat intercepted south of Key West, in 2015. U.S. Coast Guard Courtesy

Increasing number of Cuban migrants are trying to reach U.S. by sea

May 17, 2016 06:23 PM

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