In this Feb. 9, 2015 photo, Carolyn Chester holds stock certificates for the Cuban Telephone Company in her Omaha, Neb. home. “I always heard about Cuba,”she says, “and all this money that we lost and 'Maybe one day,' but I didn't understand it.” With claims talks scheduled in Havana that day may be closer for Americans whose property was confiscated by the Castro government.
In this Feb. 9, 2015 photo, Carolyn Chester holds stock certificates for the Cuban Telephone Company in her Omaha, Neb. home. “I always heard about Cuba,”she says, “and all this money that we lost and 'Maybe one day,' but I didn't understand it.” With claims talks scheduled in Havana that day may be closer for Americans whose property was confiscated by the Castro government. Nati Harnik AP
In this Feb. 9, 2015 photo, Carolyn Chester holds stock certificates for the Cuban Telephone Company in her Omaha, Neb. home. “I always heard about Cuba,”she says, “and all this money that we lost and 'Maybe one day,' but I didn't understand it.” With claims talks scheduled in Havana that day may be closer for Americans whose property was confiscated by the Castro government. Nati Harnik AP

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