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Russia Sends Aid to Cuba After Anti-Government Protests

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Russia remembers its old ally, while the US imposes more sanctions.Russia dispatched nearly 100 tons of humanitarian aid to Cuba, the Defense Ministry said Saturday, following unprecedented street protests over the communist country's worst economic crisis in decades.The delivery was directly ordered by President Vladimir Putin, it said.Russia Sends Aid to Cuba After Anti-Government Protests

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 Russia remembers its old ally, while the US imposes more sanctions.


Russia dispatched nearly 100 tons of humanitarian aid to Cuba, the Defense Ministry said Saturday, following unprecedented street protests over the communist country's worst economic crisis in decades.


The delivery was directly ordered by President Vladimir Putin, it said.


Russia Sends Aid to Cuba After Anti-Government Protests

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