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    A group of Cubans walk across the bridge to the U.S. border to turn themselves over to the U.S. Border Patrol and request asylum. Up until Thursday, January 12, Cubans were allowed to stay legally in the U.S. under the long-standing “wet foot, dry foot” policy.

A group of Cubans walk across the bridge to the U.S. border to turn themselves over to the U.S. Border Patrol and request asylum. Up until Thursday, January 12, Cubans were allowed to stay legally in the U.S. under the long-standing “wet foot, dry foot” policy. Franco Ordonez fordonez@mcclatchydc.com
A group of Cubans walk across the bridge to the U.S. border to turn themselves over to the U.S. Border Patrol and request asylum. Up until Thursday, January 12, Cubans were allowed to stay legally in the U.S. under the long-standing “wet foot, dry foot” policy. Franco Ordonez fordonez@mcclatchydc.com

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