Whither U.S.-Cuba relations — A man listens to music while sitting on the seawall along Havana’s Malecón as daily life resumes in the capital city following a nine-day mourning period after the death of revolutionary leader Fidel Castro.
Whither U.S.-Cuba relations — A man listens to music while sitting on the seawall along Havana’s Malecón as daily life resumes in the capital city following a nine-day mourning period after the death of revolutionary leader Fidel Castro. Chip Somodevilla Getty Images
Whither U.S.-Cuba relations — A man listens to music while sitting on the seawall along Havana’s Malecón as daily life resumes in the capital city following a nine-day mourning period after the death of revolutionary leader Fidel Castro. Chip Somodevilla Getty Images

Trump a big question mark for people in Cuba

December 15, 2016 07:30 AM

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