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US-Cuba Move Ends Decades of Island's Isolation

In a few short minutes Wednesday, President Barack Obama and Cuban leader Raul Castro took the first steps toward ending decades of hostility and struggle between their two countries. Washington’s policy toward Cuba since the 1960s has been punctuated by economic embargoes, diplomatic isolation and covert efforts to undermine the Cuban government. For its part, Havana never stepped back from its 1960s socialist policies after nationalizing all U.S.-owned businesses, including oil...

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