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US-Cuba Relations / Obama Interview #1076099

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 17, 2014
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(Washington: David Muir) The restoration of full diplomatic relations with Cuba introduced; scenes shown of American contractor Alan Gross@ coming home from Cuba. [In ABC interview, President OBAMA - says there will be generational change in Cuba; comments on his talks with President Raul Castro, on the role of Pope Francis & the Vatican in the negotiations with Cuba; talks about the key issue of using the restricted embargo list; reacts to the opposition from Cuban exiles.]

(Havana, Cuba: Jim Avila) The freeing of Gross in a historic deal & the new hope in Cuba featured; scenes shown of Gross on the plane & reuniting with his wife. [At news conference, GROSS - speaks about his blessings.]

Muir, David;
Avila, Jim

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