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Pregnant Cuban mom and kids deported

The Cuban would-be refugee
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Yaima Millares Cuesta a  pregnant Cuban woman and her three children who have been  camped out in the transit area of Tocumen International Aiport for a week, seeking entry to Panama, were forcibly deported  on Sunday, November 4

Immigration authorities first attempted to take the children but when they clung together to avoid being separated, police intervened and led the eldest a 17-year old away in cuffs.   The mother and the other two children, aged 5 and 8  were then uploaded to a to Cuba bound plane reported the portal CiberCuba.



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Varela flies to Morocco to discuss migration

Panama President, Juan Carlos Varela who is the country’s most traveled leader.  arrived on Sunday, December 9 in the city of Marrakech, in Morocco. It is s his first  trip to the African continent where he will participate in an Intergovernmental conference of the United Nations Organization (UN)  on migration


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