A migration officer checks the documents of Cuban migrants before they board a chartered flight in Panama City in May. U.S. officials are urging Latin American governments to stem the tide of Cubans who travel through South and Central America to reach the United States.
A migration officer checks the documents of Cuban migrants before they board a chartered flight in Panama City in May. U.S. officials are urging Latin American governments to stem the tide of Cubans who travel through South and Central America to reach the United States. Arnulfo Franco AP
A migration officer checks the documents of Cuban migrants before they board a chartered flight in Panama City in May. U.S. officials are urging Latin American governments to stem the tide of Cubans who travel through South and Central America to reach the United States. Arnulfo Franco AP

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