On Tuesday, the Cuban government announced that it would ease the highly restrictive travel laws it has kept in place for more than 50 years.
Beginning next year, Cubans will no longer need an exit visa to leave the island, requiring instead only a passport and a visa for their destination country. Two experts spoke with Trend Lines about the impact the reforms will have. ...
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