US Congress Won’t Discuss Travel Restrictions

HAVANA TIMES, Dec. 5 – The United States Congress will not discuss in its last sessions of this year a bill that would have lifted the restrictions on travel to Cuba, said Democratic Senator Bill Delahunt. Starting January, the bill could face a definitive opposition in the new House of Representatives, dominated by the Republican Party, and in the Senate where the Democrats lost part of their majority, reported IPS.



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End of the Trip, Santa Cruz del Norte, Cuba.  By Diurbys Ledsma Paulet (Mayabeque, Cuba).  Camera: Samsung J7

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