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September 26, 2014
Cuban migrant Jose Caballero waits for the arrival via Mexico of his wife Mailin Perez, at a bus station...
Austin, UNITED STATES
Cuban migrant Jose Caballero waits for the arrival via Mexico of his wife Mailin Perez, at a bus station...
Cuban migrant Jose Caballero waits for the arrival via Mexico of his wife Mailin Perez, at a bus station in Austin, Texas September 25, 2014. Almost a year after he smuggled his way out of Cuba on a homemade boat, Caballero was reunited late Thursday with his wife who survived a harrowing sea voyage of her own last month. Perez was one of a group of Cuban migrants rescued at sea by Mexican fishermen this month off the Yucatan peninsula badly sunburned and dehydrated after three weeks adrift. Only 15 of the 32 passengers of her boat survived the journey from Manzanillo in eastern Cuba, with 15 dying at sea, and two more dying after they were rescued. Under the "wet foot, dry foot policy" of the United States, Cuban migrants who make it onto U.S. soil are allowed to remain while those intercepted at sea are turned back. REUTERS/Ashley Landis (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TRANSPORT)
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