Agencies Simulate Cuban Influx
March 08, 2007
More than 85 federal and local law enforcement agencies kicked off a two-day exercise in Florida Wednesday to prepare for a possible mass migration from the Caribbean, such as might occur following a change in government in Cuba.
Officials declined to provide details about the exercises, citing security concerns. But they said the training would test how well the agencies can coordinate responses.
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