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U.S-Cuba Rail, Aviation, Port Deals in Jeopardy Under Trump

U.S-Cuba Rail, Aviation, Port Deals in Jeopardy Under Trump

By on Dec 14, 2016 in Cuba

Stephanie Beasley

Dec. 13 — A top Cuban official said he is optimistic that talks with U.S. companies seeking to partner on infrastructure projects will continue to advance despite President-elect Donald Trump’s threats to reinstate sanctions eased by the Obama administration. It wouldn’t make sense for the Trump administration to halt...

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Historic surge in Cuban emigration divides families

Historic surge in Cuban emigration divides families

By on Jan 19, 2016 in Cuba

Christine Armario

CAMAGUEY, Cuba (AP) — On the 14th of September last year, nine Cuban men pushed their scrap-metal raft into the Florida Straits, started up its tractor-trailer engine and disappeared north into the night. A few days later the rumors started in Camaguey. A broken raft had washed ashore without...

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