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02-05-14 06 Diario Las Américas, ALERTA DEL GOBIERNO: Se muere el ganado en Cuba por descuido y falta de alimentos. Sólo en la provincia Villa Clara murieron más de 18.400 reses en 2013 por "falta de alimentos y cuidados", denunció el diario Granma