Marcelyn Posted December 14, 2015 Share Posted December 14, 2015 Chatted last week with our friend who lives in Panama City. He told us about an indigenous community located in the Darien Province where 1000+ Cuban refugees have moved into this village, more than doubling the head count of the indigenous people. Cubans are sleeping in the streets and other open areas, involved in fighting, and there is a shortage of food and all other facilities. Apparently these Cuban refugees leave their homeland, travel thru Colombia and Panama with hopes of getting to the US. Wonder why the Cubans don't go straight to Mexico then to US. Panama may be a small country, but there are a lot of things happening here. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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