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

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.


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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