Cuban migrants face choppy waters

It is just 150kms that separates Cuba from the southern-most tip of Florida. Under current policy, migrants seized at sea are immediately deported back to Cuba, while those who make it to the US are granted automatic asylum. Cuban officials say the so-called 'wet-foot dry-foot' law actually encourages Cubans to leave. But the short sea journey can be incredibly dangerous, as Mariana Sanchez reports for Al Jazeera.