María Lastres snaps a cellphone picture of her husband, Jesús Magán, as they watch President Obama speak from their Havana apartment.
María Lastres snaps a cellphone picture of her husband, Jesús Magán, as they watch President Obama speak from their Havana apartment. Patricia Mazzei The Miami Herald
María Lastres snaps a cellphone picture of her husband, Jesús Magán, as they watch President Obama speak from their Havana apartment. Patricia Mazzei The Miami Herald

What a Havana family saw as it watched President Obama

March 22, 2016 05:20 PM

UPDATED March 23, 2016 05:38 PM

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