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Cruises to Cuba are Abruptly Canceled, After New Travel Ban

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 5 June 2019
A day after the Trump administration revised its travel regulations to Cuba, prohibiting cruises, companies began canceling sailings.
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News video: Rough waters for Cuban tourism after Trump travel ban

Rough waters for Cuban tourism after Trump travel ban 01:54

Major cruise operators say they will no longer sail to Cuba and airlines flying to the island are reviewing regulations following the Trump administration's ban on travel to the Caribbean island. It has angered travellers and prompted worries about trip cancellations and company earnings. Pascale...

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