Cuban exile

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  • He also remained in contact with Cuban exile groups during this period.
  • To fly these aircraft, Cuban exile pilots needed to be trained in their operations.
  • He was also asked to spy on Cuban exiles returning to the country.
  • His views are considered controversial in some parts of the Cuban exile community in Miami.
  • Guevara later learned there had been two failed attempts on his life by Cuban exiles during his stop at the UN complex.
  • She has said she attempts to emphasize in her novels the fact that "there is no one Cuban exile".
  • Most Cuban exiles in the United States are both legally and self-described political refugees.
  • He said that his investigation did not reveal that Cuban exiles were involved in the assassination.
  • The additional charge followed months of public and media debate in Miami, with Cuban exile groups pressing for the charge.
  • Later on, Cuban exiles and expatriates brought it to Miami where it is also still very popular.
  • It is undoubtedly the best known neighborhood for Cuban exiles in the world.
  • Most of the exiles' children also consider themselves to be Cuban exiles.
  • He did not speak Spanish, and he was not universally liked by the Cuban exiles.
  • There, she and other librarians helped build a significant collection of material involving Cuba and the Cuban exile community.
  • Cuban exiles from Miami brought friends and relatives to Key West by using small leisure boats.
  • His original broadcasts were aimed at making news accessible to the growing Spanish-speaking, Miami-based Cuban exile community.
  • The arrival of large numbers of returning Cuban exiles and foreign missionaries also contributed to a growing number of Protestant churches.
  • It says they were spying on Miami's Cuban exile community, not the US government.
  • This interpretation sparked large and sometimes violent protests by Cuban exiles and others against the production, and the play ended its run after only one night.
  • This set off a mass exodus of Cuban exiles to South Florida.
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