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    Amid Diplomatic 'New Day' in Cuba, Differences Remaini
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    March 22, 2016 1:38 AM
    President Barack Obama's historic visit to Cuba Monday was full of ceremony and symbolism, but the deep divisions between the two nations were also visible. Obama spoke openly about the United States’ support for human rights on the island while Cuban President Raul Castro strongly denied there are any political prisoners in his country. Alberto Pimienta has more.

    Amid Diplomatic 'New Day' in Cuba, Differences Remain

    Published March 21, 2016

    President Barack Obama's historic visit to Cuba Monday was full of ceremony and symbolism, but the deep divisions between the two nations were also visible. Obama spoke openly about the United States’ support for human rights on the island while Cuban President Raul Castro strongly denied there are any political prisoners in his country. Alberto Pimienta has more.


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