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An American flag flying in Cuba, for real?

Could it be an April's fool joke in August or is it true that Cuba and the US have reconciled?

Stephen Grootes shares his #ConsideredView on what was started at Madiba's funeral in South Africa, the US and Cuba are fixing their relationship.

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