Growing Cuban Population Worries Venezuelans NPR's Martin Kaste reports on the controversy over an agreement signed two years ago by Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez and Cuba's President Fidel Castro. According to the agreement, Cuba would send doctors, coaches and technical experts to Venezuela in return for cheap oil. But opposition groups in Venezuela have grown increasingly concerned by the number of Cubans arriving in recent months.
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Growing Cuban Population Worries Venezuelans

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NPR's Martin Kaste reports on the controversy over an agreement signed two years ago by Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez and Cuba's President Fidel Castro. According to the agreement, Cuba would send doctors, coaches and technical experts to Venezuela in return for cheap oil. But opposition groups in Venezuela have grown increasingly concerned by the number of Cubans arriving in recent months.