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U.S.-Cuba policy takes center stage at Americas summit

The White House adviser to the upcoming Summit of the Americas on Monday confirmed President Barack Obama’s intention to ease family travel and remittances to Cuba in coming days and wouldn’t rule out a meeting between Obama and Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez. Even as he acknowledged the widespread interest in Cuba and increased pressure to fully lift the U.S. economic embargo, advisor Jeffrey S. Davidow stressed the administration’s hope the communist-ruled nation would not dominate next week’s gathering of the 34 hemispheric leaders. Full Story

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