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Cuban Economy: Storytellers read to Cuban cigar workers

Cuba is famous for its cigars, but it's how they're made that's really fascinating. For more than 150 years, people have read to cigar makers from newspapers to books to keep them entertained. And the tradition shows no signs of slowing down. Here's Christine Pirovolakis. #Cuba #StoryTeller #CigarWorkers

Brazil Cuban Doctors: Doctors return home after agreement ditched

Brazil Cuban Doctors: Doctors return home after agreement ditched

Why does Cuba have so many doctors?

Why does Cuba have so many doctors?

Bigger Than Five: The Castro Generation

Bigger Than Five: The Castro Generation

US to allow lawsuits over Cuban property confiscation | Money Talks

US to allow lawsuits over Cuban property confiscation | Money Talks

Hate crimes against Asian Americans on rise in US

Hate crimes against Asian Americans on rise in US

Concerns in US over Ukraine aid spending

Concerns in US over Ukraine aid spending

Conflict continues as Russia declares victory in Mariupol

Conflict continues as Russia declares victory in Mariupol

Kiev says Moscow has completely destroyed the Donbass region

Kiev says Moscow has completely destroyed the Donbass region

UK to continue with Rwanda asylum project despite UN concerns

UK to continue with Rwanda asylum project despite UN concerns

Kiev asks remaining Ukrainian soldiers in Mariupol to surrender

Kiev asks remaining Ukrainian soldiers in Mariupol to surrender

Rare cases reported in several countries around the world

Rare cases reported in several countries around the world

Finland and Sweden submit bids to join the NATO military alliance

Finland and Sweden submit bids to join the NATO military alliance

Australia set to elect PM in tight race

Australia set to elect PM in tight race

Hundreds of Ukrainian soldiers still in Mariupol steelworks

Hundreds of Ukrainian soldiers still in Mariupol steelworks

Water buffaloes called on to clear UK's channels

Water buffaloes called on to clear UK's channels

Zimbabweans face skyrocketing prices of basic goods

Zimbabweans face skyrocketing prices of basic goods

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