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For almost three months, these Cuban migrants have been living in a private bodega in the Colombian riverside town of Turbo, in an area dubbed 8 Miami Street. Already this year some 9,400 migrants have passed through the town, which borders Panama. Occasionally, a nameless corpse shows up on the shore – one of the many South American immigrants who set out to reach the United States and never reached their destination.
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Colombian town transformed into limbo for Cuban migrants

The Colombian government is shooing out the Cubans who have taken refuge in Turbo before passing into Panama and embarking on the next leg of their journey to the US

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