Panama-Colombia agree to take in 650 migrants daily at shared border

Panama and Colombia have struck a deal aimed at managing the growing migrant crisis at their shared border, where a humanitarian crisis is growing.
The countries will receive up to 650 migrants each day as they wait to travel north to the US.
These migrants, mostly from Haiti and Cuba, are hoping to travel through the dangerous Darian Gap to reach their stated goal.

Al Jazeera’s Teresa Bo reports from Darien province, Panama.

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