Cubans using FARC trails across Darien Gap Colombia/Panama to make way to United States

Posted on August 2, 2012 • Filed under: Border Issues, Colombia, FARC, Human Rights Latin America, Human Smuggling, Panama

Metetí, Panama (AP) – When three days had been walking through the thick jungle guided by two Colombian armed with knives and machetes, a group of fourteen Cuban hunger, thirst and supplies exhausted, felt faint when he spotted a seemingly insurmountable obstacle: a steep, bushy mountain.”You thought I was going to have a heart attack,” said Mayra Reyes, a stylist for 32 years The Associated Press. “What they did was get the guides on a mountain, waiting for nightfall with these green frogs are poisonous black top (of us).”

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