A human caravan in Central America

November 27, 2015 12:07 AM

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The crisis of a new generation of Cuban refugees trying to reach South Florida — but now stranded in Central America — is a humanitarian problem that requires a quick, multinational solution, and that includes the United States.

The plight of the 3,000 men, women and children stuck in Costa Rica and trying to make their passage to the United States was bound to turn into a humanitarian crisis sooner or later because what was once a trickle has grown into a river of migrants.

Also read: What’s the Point of Isolating Cuba Again?

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