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The Forest Siege or J-4 Operation, also called Bayonetas Contra Estudiantes, was a Cuban Military Siege or Cuban Military Operation on three Pakistani medical schools in Cuba in early 2010 to expel some of infamous (word used by Cuban official) students involved in protests against administration and school authorities. The siege was a type of raid during which a large number of Cuban special force armed men surrounded the school of J-4 and in other 2 school namely AG-7 and T-9 were also surrounded by Cuban forces. At least 15 students named by authorities were captured, arrested and immediately deported to their home country. The siege is called the Forest Siege because these schools were located in an area of a planted forest of orange and a few other varieties of citrus fruit, far from

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  • The Forest Siege or J-4 Operation, also called Bayonetas Contra Estudiantes, was a Cuban Military Siege or Cuban Military Operation on three Pakistani medical schools in Cuba in early 2010 to expel some of infamous (word used by Cuban official) students involved in protests against administration and school authorities. The siege was a type of raid during which a large number of Cuban special force armed men surrounded the school of J-4 and in other 2 school namely AG-7 and T-9 were also surrounded by Cuban forces. At least 15 students named by authorities were captured, arrested and immediately deported to their home country. The siege is called the Forest Siege because these schools were located in an area of a planted forest of orange and a few other varieties of citrus fruit, far from the main city of Matanza. (en)
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  • The Forest Siege or J-4 Operation, also called Bayonetas Contra Estudiantes, was a Cuban Military Siege or Cuban Military Operation on three Pakistani medical schools in Cuba in early 2010 to expel some of infamous (word used by Cuban official) students involved in protests against administration and school authorities. The siege was a type of raid during which a large number of Cuban special force armed men surrounded the school of J-4 and in other 2 school namely AG-7 and T-9 were also surrounded by Cuban forces. At least 15 students named by authorities were captured, arrested and immediately deported to their home country. The siege is called the Forest Siege because these schools were located in an area of a planted forest of orange and a few other varieties of citrus fruit, far from (en)
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  • Forest siege (en)
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