JUBILATION: Students march in Havana on Wednesday after Washington released three Cuban spies — heroes in Cuba — who had been imprisoned in the United States. Many Cubans celebrated after hearing news of a historic renewal in relations with the U.S.
JUBILATION: Students march in Havana on Wednesday after Washington released three Cuban spies — heroes in Cuba — who had been imprisoned in the United States. Many Cubans celebrated after hearing news of a historic renewal in relations with the U.S. ROBERTO MOREJON AFP/Getty Images
JUBILATION: Students march in Havana on Wednesday after Washington released three Cuban spies — heroes in Cuba — who had been imprisoned in the United States. Many Cubans celebrated after hearing news of a historic renewal in relations with the U.S. ROBERTO MOREJON AFP/Getty Images

Andres Oppenheimer: Probably too soon to call Cuba policy change ‘historic’

December 17, 2014 07:44 PM

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