Cuban fishermen look at the U.S. Maybank Shipping Company vessel, Helen III arriving to Havana harbor, 11 July 2003, with 1,5 million dollars cargo in paper and wood from Alabama. This is the first time in 43 years that a ship with U.S. flag arrives to Cuba
Cuban fishermen look at the U.S. Maybank Shipping Company vessel, Helen III arriving to Havana harbor, 11 July 2003, with 1,5 million dollars cargo in paper and wood from Alabama. This is the first time in 43 years that a ship with U.S. flag arrives to Cuba ADALBERTO ROQUE AFP/GETTY IMAGES
Cuban fishermen look at the U.S. Maybank Shipping Company vessel, Helen III arriving to Havana harbor, 11 July 2003, with 1,5 million dollars cargo in paper and wood from Alabama. This is the first time in 43 years that a ship with U.S. flag arrives to Cuba ADALBERTO ROQUE AFP/GETTY IMAGES

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