In this file photo, Coast Guard Cutter Paul Clark interdicted a chug with 11 Cuban migrants east of Delray Beach.
In this file photo, Coast Guard Cutter Paul Clark interdicted a chug with 11 Cuban migrants east of Delray Beach. U.S. Coast Guard Courtesy
In this file photo, Coast Guard Cutter Paul Clark interdicted a chug with 11 Cuban migrants east of Delray Beach. U.S. Coast Guard Courtesy

Two Cubans who had been ordered deported return to the U.S. by sea

August 10, 2016 12:56 PM

UPDATED August 10, 2016 05:14 PM

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