Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador vowed over the weekend to lead a worldwide movement to end the 61-year U.S. embargo of Cuba.
Cubans crossing into US stunned to hear of new asylum limits
Migrants who entered the U.S. illegally under moonlit skies and waist-deep cold water Friday were devastated to learn they may be sent back to Mexico under expanded limits on the pursuit of asylum.
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Mexican president: U.S. embargo against Cuba is ‘genocidal policy’
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said on Tuesday the U.S. economic embargo of Cuba was “genocidal policy,” raising the stakes in a standoff with Washington over its treatment of the Communist-ruled Caribbean island.
NYT: Tension Simmers as Cubans Breeze Across U.S. Border
By JULIA PRESTON | FEB. 12, 2016 LAREDO, Tex. — They are crossing the border here by the hundreds each day, approved to enter the United States in a matter of hours. Part of […]
NYT: A New Crisis of Cuban Migration
By PROF. WILLIAM M. LEOGRANDE | DEC. 4, 2015 | New York Times Washington — A standoff in recent weeks that has trapped hundreds of Cuban migrants at Costa Rica’s border with Nicaragua […]