7 Facts About Cuba

1. In 2015, Cuba became the first country to eradicate mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphilis, a milestone hailed by the World Health Organization as "one of the greatest public health achievements possible".

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2. The government of Cuba provides an online encyclopedia website called EcuRed that operates in a "wiki" format.

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3. In 2006, Cuba started to test-drill these locations for possible exploitation.

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4. The US embargo against Cuba was instituted in response to nationalization of US-citizen-held property and was maintained at the premise of perceived human rights violations.

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5. In 2008, the European Union and Cuba agreed to resume full relations and cooperation activities.

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6. The Communist Party of Cuba has held six party congress meetings since 1975.

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7. In 1958, Cuba was a relatively well-advanced country by Latin American standards, and in some cases by world standards.

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