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Cuba,

island 90 miles off the coast of Florida.
Cuban epidemic optic neuropathy - in 1993, malnutrition caused by food rationing and additional exposure to toxins led to an optic neuropathy outbreak affecting 50,000 Cubans.
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Cuban was never charged with a crime after the incident as the Multnomah County District Attorney's Office determined there was insufficient evidence to press charges against the Mavericks owner.
The two focused on different subjects and arrived at different assessments of the Cuban role in Angola.
Today, we also honor the generations of Cuban Americans who have made outstanding contributions to our country by sharing their culture and talents.
For the moment, the Cuban Adjustment Act (CAA) is still in effect (NotiCen, Dec.
The endorsement ended the suspense over whom Cuban would back in the presidential race after expressing affinities for both Clinton and Trump.
They are not among the approximately 8,000 Cubans who have been stranded in Costa Rica since Nov.
on their Spanish passports, then present their Cuban passports to U.
latent within Afro-Cuban American migration is driven by the larger Cuban population to dismantle the concept of the United States as a place of refuge for Afro-Cubans.
It's not easy to get visas to the United States or to third countries, such as Mexico and Spain," says Jaime Suchlicki, who runs the University of Miami's Institute for Cuban and Cuban American Studies.
In this chapter, Perez Firmat studies his own poetry alongside the production of other poets such as Orlando Gonzalez-Esteva, Nicolas Guillen, and Richard Blanco, to show how Spanish and English combine in Cuban American literature depicting nostalgia in a way different than that of other Latino literatures in the U.
What role have different ethnic groups played in creating Cuban national identity?
NEW YORK: As the economic recession weakens demand for works from elsewhere in Latin America, collectors say the Cuban art market is showing signs of vitality.