December 1, 2013
(Reuters) - They were heckled and called slaves of a communist state when they first landed, but in the poorest corners of Brazil the arrival of 5,400 Cuban doctors is being welcomed as a godsend.
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Mimi Whitefield, The Miami Herald
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