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Thousands Of Cubans Stranded In Costa Rica | MSNBC

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Nearly 5,000 Cubans are stranded in Costa Rica after the government of Nicaragua shut down its borders last month declining a passage to the U.S. The Director of the Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University, Dr. Frank Mora, explains what happens next for these Cubans.
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