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    In Cuba, Obama Says It’s Time To Bury 'Last Remnant' of Cold Wari
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    Alberto Pimienta
    March 22, 2016 11:07 PM
    President Barack Obama spoke directly to the Cuban people Tuesday in a speech broadcast on national television in Cuba. His president-to-people address on the last day of his visit to Havana called for democratic reforms in Cuba and also underscored the ties between the two nations. Alberto Pimienta has the report.

    In Cuba, Obama Says It’s Time To Bury 'Last Remnant' of Cold War

    Published March 22, 2016

    President Barack Obama spoke directly to the Cuban people Tuesday in a speech broadcast on national television in Cuba. His president-to-people address on the last day of his visit to Havana called for democratic reforms in Cuba and also underscored the ties between the two nations. Alberto Pimienta has the report.


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    by: Pepe Hernandez from: Florida
    March 23, 2016 12:33 PM
    Good for the President, it is really something like "Peace in Our Time!"