Cuban president Raúl Castro thanked President Obama for“ a new chapter” but reaffirmed that restored relations did not mean the end of Communism.» Read More
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Obama's move to normalize relations with Havana is raising the promise in South Florida that it will finally open up Cuba's economy.
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