Dave Brede of the U.S. Coast Guard tosses Cuban rafters life jackets as they pull along side of the makeshift raft Sept. 5, 1994, in the Florida Straits. New U.S. policy ends so-called ‘wet-foot, dry-foot’ admission.
Dave Brede of the U.S. Coast Guard tosses Cuban rafters life jackets as they pull along side of the makeshift raft Sept. 5, 1994, in the Florida Straits. New U.S. policy ends so-called ‘wet-foot, dry-foot’ admission. David Collier Reuters
Dave Brede of the U.S. Coast Guard tosses Cuban rafters life jackets as they pull along side of the makeshift raft Sept. 5, 1994, in the Florida Straits. New U.S. policy ends so-called ‘wet-foot, dry-foot’ admission. David Collier Reuters

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