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AP: US families who fled Cuba generations ago wonder if new diplomacy will pay for what they lost

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Monday, 30 March 2015 12:47

Associated Press quoted Mauricio Tamargo in a recent story about U.S. certified claims against the government of Cuba: 

But Mauricio Tamargo, commission chairman until 2010 and now a Washington attorney representing claimants, said confiscations inflicted lasting damage on families."Many of them never recovered financially," Tamargo says. 

You can read the entire AP story here: US families who fled Cuba generations ago wonder if new diplomacy will pay for what they lost

 

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