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    U.S. Says Deep Divisions Remain With Cuba

    After a few cordial days of talks between Cuba and the U.S., “deep disagreements” remain between the two sides, the highest-ranking U.S. official to visit the island in decades said.

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    U.S., Mexico Increasingly Competing for Farm Labor

    The U.S. and Mexico are increasingly competing for a dwindling supply of farm labor, according to a new analysis, a development that likely will have long-term implications for the U.S. agricultural sector.

  • Bronx, Cuba Museums to Share Works of Art

    The Bronx Museum of Art and Cuba’s National Museum of Fine Arts have launched an art exchange initiative that will include two major exhibitions.

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    Argentine Leader Reverses Opinion Over Prosecutor’s Death

    Confusion surrounding the death of an Argentine prosecutor continued to grow on Thursday after President Cristina Kirchner said she was convinced he had not committed suicide as officials had previously indicated.

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    U.S., Cuba Open Talks on Re-Establishing Ties

    U.S. and Cuban officials held a first round of talks in Havana on re-establishing diplomatic relations, calling the discussions productive but saying further conversations are needed before the two sides can formally re-establish embassies, an important first step.

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    Kirchner, on Website, Explains Her Doubts on Prosecutor’s Death

    Argentine President Cristina Kirchner, who on Thursday stunned Argentines by saying she believed the death of a prosecutor probing the 1994 bombing of a Jewish center in Buenos Aires wasn't a suicide, has chosen to post her thoughts about the case via her social media accounts and on her personal website. Below are some passages from a letter Mrs. Kirchner posted on Thursday.

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