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Cuba cashes in on cruise ship tourists | Money Talks

Cuban ports are welcoming more visitors than ever. Four years ago, just 19,000 people visited the island on cruises. But by last year, that figure had increased more than 20 fold. Ed Augustin reports on how the island is targetting US tourist dollars. #Cuba #CruiseShips #Tourism

Cuba turns to old allies to boost business | Money Talks

Cuba turns to old allies to boost business | Money Talks

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Cuba Plane Crash: Boeing 757 crashes shortly after taking off

Cuba Post-Castro: Tourism sector creates economic division

Cuba Post-Castro: Tourism sector creates economic division

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Bigger Than Five: Welcome to Havana

Pope Francis under fire for targeting Russia's ethnic minority soldiers

Pope Francis under fire for targeting Russia's ethnic minority soldiers

Female Israeli soldiers subjected to sexual harassment – report

Female Israeli soldiers subjected to sexual harassment – report

Why are protests erupting in China

Why are protests erupting in China

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Can football stay separate from politics?

Klinsmann's Iran 'culture' remarks lead to backlash

Klinsmann's Iran 'culture' remarks lead to backlash

Churches in Denmark and Sweden cancel services amid energy crisis

Churches in Denmark and Sweden cancel services amid energy crisis

TRT World Citizen Awards honour heroes from around the globe

TRT World Citizen Awards honour heroes from around the globe

Gaza opens its first virtual reality cafe

Gaza opens its first virtual reality cafe

A look at Malaysia's new prime minister: Anwar Ibrahim

A look at Malaysia's new prime minister: Anwar Ibrahim

Black World Cup stars subjected to racism on Twitter

Black World Cup stars subjected to racism on Twitter

The internet is obsessed: Messi & Ronaldo

The internet is obsessed: Messi & Ronaldo

How Kazakhs reacted to the snap presidential election

How Kazakhs reacted to the snap presidential election

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