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Cuban Doctors

A federal court in Washington, D.C., ruled that it has jurisdiction over the Pan American Health Organization as to some of the claims brought against it by four Cuban physicians now living in the U.S. who claim it provided or benefited from their forced labor in Brazil.

WASHINGTON — A federal court in Washington, D.C., ruled that it has jurisdiction over the Pan American Health Organization as to some of the claims brought against it by four Cuban physicians now living in the U.S. who claim it provided or benefited from their forced labor in Brazil. 

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