- Cubans to open talks about US fugitives as ties warm Updated: Apr-15-15 3:29 pm
HAVANA - The U.S. and Cuba will open talks about two of America's most-wanted fugitives as part of a new dialogue about law-enforcement cooperation made possible by President Barack Obama's decision to remove Cuba from a list of state sponsors of terror, the State Department announced Wednesday.
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- Obama, Castro speak by phone amid effort to restore ties Updated: Apr-10-15 9:14 am
- Cuba-US warming held up by listing of Cuba as terror sponsor Updated: Apr-06-15 7:07 pm
HAVANA - American hopes of opening an embassy in Havana before presidents Barack Obama and Raul Castro meet at a regional summit this week have been snarled in disputes about Cuba's presence on the U.S. list of state sponsors of terror and U.S. diplomats' freedom to travel and talk to ordinary Cubans without restriction, officials say.