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US announces Cuba property law despite EU warnings

Bangkok Post Wednesday, 17 April 2019 ()
WASHINGTON - The United States said Wednesday that a long-delayed law would go into effect next month that allows lawsuits over property seized by Cuba and that it issue make no exemptions for angered Europeans.
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