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Mariela Castro, daughter of Cuba’s President Raul Castro, holds a sign May 12 demanding President Barack Obama release five Cuban intelligence agents imprisoned in the U.S., popularly known as the “Cuban Five,” before the start of a parade marking the upcoming International Day Against Homophobia, in Havana, Cuba.

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Cuban president’s daughter gets US visa

Cuban first daughter Mariela Castro has been granted a U.S. visa to attend events in San Francisco and New York, sparking a firestorm of criticism from Cuban-American politicians who called her an enemy of democracy and a shill for the Communist government her family has led for decades.


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