Jul 15, 2015

Cuba parliament meets, live-tweets session for 1st time

HAVANA (AP) — Cuba's parliament opened one of its twice-annual regular sessions Wednesday with a new twist: It's been reporting the event through the day with updates on Twitter and Facebook. President Raul Castro was attending the gathering and was expected to make his first public comments since the United States and Cuba announced they will re-establish diplomatic relations on Monday and...

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