El Salvador lets in two Cuban journalists who were critical of the regime and were forced to leave the island

"Two Cuban journalists who remained stranded for more than 30 hours at the San Salvador International Airport have been admitted to the Central American country by the government of President Nayib Bukele, after the regime of Daniel Ortega, an ally of Havana, rejected their entry to Nicaragua.

Independent reporters Esteban Rodríguez and Héctor Luis Valdés left Cuba 'under pressure' by the regime due to their critical reporting on the Caribbean island. They told local media that they left the country thanks to the support of human rights organizations and had Managua as their final destination, but while they were making a stopover in El Salvador they were told that they would not be allowed to enter the neighboring country."

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