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Featured image: A ‘maquina’ or ‘yank tank’ in Trinidad, Cuba, 4 January 2004. (1956 Ford). CREDIT: Photograph by Dirk van der Made (en:User:DirkvdM – for more photos see en:user:DirkvdM/Photographs). SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons (This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 1.0 Generic license.)
From Marshfieldnewsherald.com by DeWayne Wickham, USATODAY
While, understandably, a lot of news media attention in recent days has focused on the U.S.-led talks to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons, the Obama administration appears to be laying the groundwork for another diplomatic breakthrough.
In little noticed speeches given last month, President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry cryptically acknowledged the need for a new approach to Cuba, a country the U.S. has — literally and figuratively — waged war with for over a half-century. . . . Read Complete Report
Coches de Cuba! Classic American Cars in Cuba!
Published on Apr 19, 2013
Join host Arthur St. Antoine and MT colleague Carlos Lago as they visit the embargoed island nation of Cuba—where they discover a time capsule of classic 1950s American cars, the world’s best cigars, and the unforgettable hangouts of writer Ernest Hemingway
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