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Obama loosens limits on Cuba

Those with tie to island can travel freely, send money; US telecom companies may offer their services

Above, Cubans welcomed relatives arriving yesterday from the United States at Havana's Jose Marti Airport. Above, Cubans welcomed relatives arriving yesterday from the United States at Havana's Jose Marti Airport. (Enrique De La Osa/ Reuters)
By Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / April 14, 2009

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WASHINGTON - President Obama yesterday loosened travel and financial restrictions on ties to Cuba, a policy shift that advocates say signals the beginning of the end of a decades-long, Cold War-era relationship with the communist nation. (Full article: 1182 words)

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