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Obama's historic Cuba trip ends half a century of conflict

Monday, March 21, 2016 - 05:50

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A vintage car is seen in front of a building with an image of former Cuban president Fidel Castro at Havana's Revolution square. Mr Obama, seeking to leave a historic foreign policy mark in his final year in office, was due to see old town Havana late on Sunday.

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US President Barack Obama was due in Cuba on Sunday to bury the hatchet in a more than half-century-long Cold War conflict that turned the communist island and its giant neighbour into bitter enemies.

Reversing generations of US attempts to cut Cuba from the outside world,

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