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Coast Guard data shows dramatic drop in Cuban interdictions

MIAMI (AP) " New U.S. Coast Guard statistics illustrate the dramatic drop in the number of Cuban migrants trying to reach U.S. shores by sea since President Barack Obama ended "wet foot, dry foot" in..
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Coast Guard: Fewer Cubans Trying to Reach US Using Rafts

The U.S. Coast Guard says far fewer Cubans are trying to get to Florida using makeshift rafts since former President Barack Obama ended a policy granting residency to Cubans landing on American soil...
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News video: Significant drop in refugees at local organization

Significant drop in refugees at local organization

A significant dip in refugees is shaking things up at a local organization.
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News video: Cuban Migration to the U.S. Dips Drastically After End of 'Wet Foot, Dry Foot'

Cuban Migration to the U.S. Dips Drastically After End of 'Wet Foot, Dry Foot' 01:00

Officials recently revealed that Cuban migration to the U.S. has declined sharply since January. Susana Victoria Perez (@susana_vp) has more.
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Mexico to Grant Residency to 588 Stranded Cubans

Mexico said on Friday it would grant residency permits to 588 Cubans who were stranded in the north of the country after the United States ended its “wet-foot, dry-foot” policy, which had given..
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