Costa Rica warns Cubans it's not an 'open bridge' to US

Part of a group of 300 Cubans rest in a shelter in La Cruz, Guanacaste, Costa Rica near the border with Nicaragua on November 26, 2015Costa Rica on Tuesday warned it should not be seen as an “open bridge” to America after striking a deal to start shipping out stranded Cuban migrants to other Central American countries. “We do not have the resources” to take in any more Cuban migrants, Costa Rican Foreign Minister Manuel Gonzalez told reporters. The message to Cubans aiming to get to the US was “not to keep coming to Costa Rica,” he said.

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