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If the U.S. gives up Guantanamo, what would it lose?
The two countries remain on track to renew diplomatic ties severed by Washington in 1961.
Founded in 1916, the town defied the Cuban government’s caricature of predatory capitalism.
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He helped bring about the reconciliation between Havana and Washington.
A former Chilean officer is accused of torturing and murdering folk singer Victor Jara in 1973.
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Cuba may wait for Obama's terrorism-list removal to take effect before looking to reopen embassies.
Q&A on what it means that U.S. will reopen its embassy in Havana.