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Cuba welcomes ambassador nomination but says Obama can do more

HAVANA (Reuters) - President Barack Obama's nomination of an ambassador to Cuba is welcome but he should still do more to normalize relations between the two countries during his remaining time in office, a senior Cuban government official said on Wednesday.
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