Two Cuban migrants wave as they board a chartered flight, in Panama City on May 10, 2016. Panama closed its border to Cuban immigrants trying to make their way north to the United States but agreed to fly already arrived Cubans, each responsible for their own airfare, to the Mexican border town of Ciudad Juarez. From there, they are expected to enter the U.S.
Two Cuban migrants wave as they board a chartered flight, in Panama City on May 10, 2016. Panama closed its border to Cuban immigrants trying to make their way north to the United States but agreed to fly already arrived Cubans, each responsible for their own airfare, to the Mexican border town of Ciudad Juarez. From there, they are expected to enter the U.S. Arnulfo Franco AP
Two Cuban migrants wave as they board a chartered flight, in Panama City on May 10, 2016. Panama closed its border to Cuban immigrants trying to make their way north to the United States but agreed to fly already arrived Cubans, each responsible for their own airfare, to the Mexican border town of Ciudad Juarez. From there, they are expected to enter the U.S. Arnulfo Franco AP