This Miami Herald file photo doesn’t show the 24 Cuban migrants who landed in Elliott Key Tuesday afternoon, but the 24 who arrived Jan. 1, 2015.
This Miami Herald file photo doesn’t show the 24 Cuban migrants who landed in Elliott Key Tuesday afternoon, but the 24 who arrived Jan. 1, 2015. AP
This Miami Herald file photo doesn’t show the 24 Cuban migrants who landed in Elliott Key Tuesday afternoon, but the 24 who arrived Jan. 1, 2015. AP

Two dozen Cuban migrants land at Elliott Key

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