A man takes a photo of a cruise ship in Havana harbor. President Donald Trump’s new Cuba policy will ban Americans from doing business with entities controlled by Cuban military and intelligence agencies, including some 50 hotels. It also will eliminate individual people-to-people visits as an approved category for American travel to the island.
A man takes a photo of a cruise ship in Havana harbor. President Donald Trump’s new Cuba policy will ban Americans from doing business with entities controlled by Cuban military and intelligence agencies, including some 50 hotels. It also will eliminate individual people-to-people visits as an approved category for American travel to the island. Ramon Espinosa AP
A man takes a photo of a cruise ship in Havana harbor. President Donald Trump’s new Cuba policy will ban Americans from doing business with entities controlled by Cuban military and intelligence agencies, including some 50 hotels. It also will eliminate individual people-to-people visits as an approved category for American travel to the island. Ramon Espinosa AP

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