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Cuba-US Relations / Obama Visit / The Interview #1096669

ABC Evening News for Monday, Mar 21, 2016
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(Havana: David Muir) The two-day visit by President Obama to Cuba introduced; photos & video shown of Obama with President Raul Castro. [In interview, OBAMA - talks about his meeting with Castro, how we will stand up for universal rights, how they have responded in the past to prisoners lists, that Castro does not want to upend the Cuban system, Castro's criticism of the US, their press conference, how we chose the dissidents we will meet with, how he would meet with Fidel, how tourism in Cuba will come soon, what he has told his daughters about Cuba, Malia's Spanish.] Images of protesters being arrested last night shown.

(Havana: Jonathan Karl) Political prisoners being held in Cuba reviewed.

Muir, David;
Karl, Jonathan

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