In this file photo, visitors ride a tour bus in front of the Capitolio in Havana. U.S. Treasury on Tuesday announced new clarifications on Cuba travel.
In this file photo, visitors ride a tour bus in front of the Capitolio in Havana. U.S. Treasury on Tuesday announced new clarifications on Cuba travel. Ramon Espinosa AP
In this file photo, visitors ride a tour bus in front of the Capitolio in Havana. U.S. Treasury on Tuesday announced new clarifications on Cuba travel. Ramon Espinosa AP

Treasury says more travel could be affected by Trump’s new Cuba policy

July 25, 2017 06:56 PM

UPDATED July 25, 2017 08:04 PM

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