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Cuba Studies Military Recruitment Plan

Cuba has ordered a study of its military recruitment program, hoping to enlist more young men in the armed forces during a period in which authorities say they are increasingly concerned about a U.S.-led military attack. A special commission to “study, propose and control (military) recruitment policies and their ties with the nation’s education program” will be created under a decree signed July 2 by President Fidel Castro and his brother, Defense Minister Raul Castro. “In the last years, the politico-military situation has deteriorated considerably, creating a new situation that has elevated international tensions against our country,” the text reads. Full Story

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