Annie Rodriguez and her eight-month old baby in the home she rents in Bogota, Colombia. She’s one of hundreds of medical professionals from Cuba who have left their positions in Venezuela hoping to emigrate to the United States.
Annie Rodriguez and her eight-month old baby in the home she rents in Bogota, Colombia. She’s one of hundreds of medical professionals from Cuba who have left their positions in Venezuela hoping to emigrate to the United States. Dania Maxwell El Nuevo Herald
Annie Rodriguez and her eight-month old baby in the home she rents in Bogota, Colombia. She’s one of hundreds of medical professionals from Cuba who have left their positions in Venezuela hoping to emigrate to the United States. Dania Maxwell El Nuevo Herald

Cuban doctors fleeing Venezuela find themselves in limbo

August 17, 2015 4:17 PM

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