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Cuba : Country Profile

Area: 110,860 sq km (42,803 sq miles)
Population: 11.2 million (2010 estimate)
Capital City: Havana (population over 2 million)
People: Ethnically mixed population (white 65.1%; mixed race 24.8%; black 10.1% according to official 2002 census)
Language: Spanish
Religion: The State is secular in Cuba; the main religions are, Catholicism, Santería (an informal mixture of Christianity and African religions brought over by slaves), and Protestantism.
Currency: Cuban Peso (CUP) and Convertible Cuban Peso (CUC) (1 CUC = 25 Cuban Pesos) (1 CUC = US$0.96)

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This is Viewpoints for Sunday, January 21, 2018 - The Telegraph
The Telegraph This is Viewpoints for Sunday, January 21, 2018 The Telegraph The Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) came into existence in 1997 with the support of both parties. The purpose of the Children's Health Insurance Program is to provide health insurance coverage to...
A poor neighborhood in Chicago looks to Cuba to fight infant mortality - Herald ...
Herald & Review A poor neighborhood in Chicago looks to Cuba to fight infant mortality Herald & Review Flowers, who said she had "bare-bones insurance " or had been on Medicaid for much of her adult life, first attempted a planned pregnancy in 2003, with her then-fiance. She visited...
Five Damen tugs delivered to Empresa de Navegación Caribe, Cuba - Curacao Chroni...
Curacao Chronicle Five Damen tugs delivered to Empresa de Navegación Caribe, Cuba Curacao Chronicle The contract included a comprehensive selection of spares, and all the vessels will be fitted with power converters over the next few months to compensate for the fact that Cuba , like DAMEN-AS...
Trump Hasn\'t Destroyed Obama\'s Legacy. He\'s Revealed How Impressive It Was. -...
New York Magazine Trump Hasn't Destroyed Obama's Legacy. He's Revealed How Impressive It Was. New York Magazine When Barack Obama departed the White House a year ago, his legacy appeared to face mortal peril. Liberals, with their tendency toward hysteria, and conservatives, with thei...
Scottsdale man upset with travel insurance denial - AZFamily
AZFamily Scottsdale man upset with travel insurance denial AZFamily Huffman wound up booking a trip to Cuba and purchased his airfare and hotel accommodations for just under $2,500. He also bought travel insurance through a company called TravelSafe. That way, he says if he had to cancel h...
Poor Chicago neighborhood looks to Cuba to fight infant mortality - Inquirer.net
Inquirer.net Poor Chicago neighborhood looks to Cuba to fight infant mortality Inquirer.net Cuba , a poor country where many of the cars on the road are half a century old, may seem an unlikely role model for American health care. But its infant mortality rate, at 4.3 per 1,000, is lower than...
Planning a trip to Cuba? Here are 7 things you should know - Loop Trinidad & Tob...
Loop Trinidad & Tobago Planning a trip to Cuba ? Here are 7 things you should know Loop Trinidad & Tobago ... travelling to Cuba , there are things you should know in advance to make your trip smoother. We took the trip there and found these seven things all would-be travellers should know. Yo...
Mexico and Jamaica sign tourism MOU - ITIJ
ITIJ Mexico and Jamaica sign tourism MOU ITIJ Mexico and Jamaica signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on 16 January that aims to make travel between the destinations easier and more frequent thanks to a multi-destination marketing arrangement. The deal was signed by Jamaica's Minister ...
Rising health insurance costs affecting local companies - Miami Herald
Miami Herald Rising health insurance costs affecting local companies Miami Herald This week's question to South Florida CEOs who are on the Miami Herald CEO Roundtable: How is the ongoing instability in affordable health provisions affecting your company? === As insurance premiums contin...
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