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Cuban migrants stranded in Panama have no where to go

One of three encampments for migrants in La Miel, Panama.
One of three encampments for migrants in La Miel, Panama. Courtesy

After escaping deportation in Colombia, some 650 Cubans hoping to make it to the United States managed to cross the border through the Darien jungle and are now in the Panamanian town of La Miel.

The migrants are being assisted under that nation’s Flujo controlado (Controlled flow) operation and will be allowed to continue their journey.

But with borders across Central America closed to migrants traveling north, they have no safe place to go.

Read more at InCubaToday.

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