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Obama’s Cuba details revealed, to make travel easier to island
WASHINGTON -- Americans will face fewer obstacles in traveling to Cuba under new regulations announced by the Obama administration Thursday, continuing a promise to thaw relations with the country the President started last month. While short of lifting the decades-old U.S. embargo on the island, a move that would require Congressional approval, the administration's new rules on travel and trade will likely herald a new era in relations between the two countries.