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Cuba / Embargo / US-Europe Relations #424662

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, May 27, 1998
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(Studio: Judy Woodruff) The delay of the first shipment of humanitarian aid to Cuba reported.

(Havana: Lucia Newman) The future of European investments in Cuba in light of recent dealings between Europe and the United States over trade in Cuba featured; scenes shown from across Havana, where hotels are being built; details given of the "understanding" between United States and Europe that calls for nations to deter investments to property illegally expropriated from American businesses in Cuba. [Cuban Parliament president Ricardo ALARCON - (thru translator) accuses the United States of trampling on the sovereignty of other nations.] [Spanish Parliamentarian Ignase GUARDANSI - says this agreement has been negotiated in deep secrecy.]

Newman, Lucia;
Woodruff, Judy

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