New Cuba US direct phone link established

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Cuba and the United States have re-established direct telephone links for the first time in 15 years, Cuba’s state telecommunications company says. The company, Etecsa, said initially the link would only be for phone calls. Telephone calls have until now passed through a third country, making them very expensive. It is the first agreement signed between both countries since the announcement last December that the two states would renew diplomatic ties….

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New Cuba US direct phone link established

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Cuba and the United States have re-established direct telephone links for the first time in 15 years, Cuba’s state telecommunications company says. The company, Etecsa, said initially the link would only be for phone calls. Telephone calls have until now passed through a third country, making them very expensive. It is the first agreement signed between both countries since the announcement last December that the two states would renew diplomatic ties….

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Stadium Nelson.jpg - The Daily Star


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Stadium Nelson.jpg
The Daily Star
The Nelson stadium during the fifth match of the ICC cricket World Cup 2015 between West Indies and Ireland on February 6, 2015. Photo: ICC. National Anthem.jpg. Ireland and West Indies singing the national anthem ahead of the fifth match of the World ...
World Cup: West Indies skipper Jason Holder forced to play waiting gameIBNLive
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