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Miami Cubans Divided on New US Policy

For decades, older, more conservative Cuban Americans have been gathering at Café Versailles in Miami on the corner of Calle Ocho to eat Cuban food and talk politics. After hearing of President Barack Obama’s decision to renew diplomatic relations with Cuba, a number of political and economic exiles from the communist nation gathered in front of the café with posters to protest. Raymond Molina is one of them. The former Supreme Court judge in Havana once sat on the trials of...

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