Refrigerator magnets are displayed for sale in a tourist shop, several showing images of U.S. President Barack Obama, at a market in Havana. The president will be in Cuba March 20-22.
Refrigerator magnets are displayed for sale in a tourist shop, several showing images of U.S. President Barack Obama, at a market in Havana. The president will be in Cuba March 20-22. Ramon Espinosa AP
Refrigerator magnets are displayed for sale in a tourist shop, several showing images of U.S. President Barack Obama, at a market in Havana. The president will be in Cuba March 20-22. Ramon Espinosa AP

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