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Cuban musicians criticize new U.S. travel rules

2 July 2004

A group of musicians has criticized new U.S. regulations that will further limit travel to Cuba, urging the United States to build bridges to the island instead of tearing them down. The musicians, who produce jazz, Afro-Cuban music and a ballad style known as Cuban trova, tied their comments to this week’s release of Bridge to Havana.


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