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US and Cuba discuss migration issues

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Migration issues headlined talks on Wednesday between the U.S. and Cuba, yet long-standing disputes threaten efforts to thaw relations between the Cold War enemies. In the one-day talks, Cuba repeated its opposition to the United States' so-called wet-foot, dry-foot policy in which Cuban refugees reaching American soil are allowed to stay while those stopped at sea are sent...

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