C.America states agree breakthrough on stranded Cuban migrants

A man rests at a shelter where of a group of Cuban migrants are staying in La Cruz, Guanacaste, Costa Rica on November 26, 2015Central American countries agreed a breakthrough in the case of thousands of US-bound Cuban migrants stranded in Costa Rica, after weeks of often acrimonious regional diplomacy. In a meeting in Guatemala City, representatives from several of the countries said they would fly some of the Cubans to El Salvador, where they would be put on buses to cross Guatemala and enter Mexico. A Costa Rican foreign ministry official said the migrants would be paying for the transport themselves.

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