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The diplomatic incident came on the heels of President Donald Trump's reversal of Obama-era policy changes regarding Cuba. Trump renewed travel restrictions, and Americans now must visit as part of organized tour groups run by U.S. companies. As the U.S. has hardened its policy, Cuba has responded with tough talk. In November, Díaz-Canel told NBC News during municipal elections, “we continue to be open to relations” with the United States. But in March, during National Assembly elections, he said the revolution is being “attacked and threatened” by an administration that “has offended Cuba.”. WHO IS THE MAN POISED TO BE CUBA'S NEXT PRESIDENT? During the past few weeks, Cuban state-run medi... Full story

16 April