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Cuba-US Relations / Obama Visit / DeLaurentis Interview #1096702

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 20, 2016
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(Cuba: Lester Holt) The two-day visit by President Obama to Cuba introduced; photos shown.

(Havana: Andrea Mitchell) The historic presidential visit featured; scenes shown from Havana of the Obama family arriving & from the city; details given about changing relations between the two country, the long economic boycott, protests. [CUBAN - explains why he left.] [Blogger Harold CARDENAS - comments on his generation.]

(Cuba: Lester Holt) The NBC interview with Ambassador Jeffrey DeLaurentis% about Cuba presented. [DeLAURENTIS - talks about the reconciliation, the slow pace of government change here, jailed dissidents, engagement, a leadership change in 2018.]

(Cuba: Lester Holt) The death of Cuban migrants at sea on Friday near Florida noted.

Holt, Lester;
Mitchell, Andrea

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