Cuba baseball team draws protests
PORLAMAR, Venezuela -- Cuba's return to a tournament of the Caribbean's top baseball teams after a half-century absence is being met with protests in Venezuela.
About 200 people carrying signs such as "Cuba go home" gathered outside a hotel on Margarita Island where the Cuban team Villa Clara was resting following their debut in the five-nation tournament.
Sunday's protest was called by Venezuela's opposition, which sees Raul Castro's communist government as the architect of their ...
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