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Barack Obama Will Be First In-Office President To Visit Cuba In 88 Years!

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Talk about a historic trip!

In an unprecedented move, President Barack Obama announced Thursday he will be visiting Havana, Cuba on March 21 in an effort to open up relations between our two countries.

Obama will be the first President to visit Cuba while in office since Calvin Coolidge's trip in 1928!

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But Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes tells Medium he thinks this trip will be different, saying:

"President Coolidge traveled to Cuba on a U.S. battleship, so this will be a very different kind of visit."

President Obama announced the important news on Twitter Thursday morning, saying:

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Wreckage Of Missing Air Algerie Plane Found

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An Air Algerie plane carrying 119 passengers that went missing mid-flight earlier this morning is believed to have crashed in Mali.

The airline company tweeted just now that the wreckage has been discovered in Tilemsi. Air Algerie tweeted:

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Cuba Gets A Visit From Pope Benedict XVI!

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Looks like somebody's Mr. POPEular!!

Pope Benedict XVI stopped by Cuba to hold a special mass for the patron saint of Santiago!

It's been nearly 14 YEARS since a pope has visited the country, making the event an ENORMOUS occasion!!!

On the Pope's agenda?

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Cuban Leaders Accuse U.S.A. Of Blackmail, Oppressive Regime Feels The Heat!

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A group of protestors in the island have launched a hunger strike in opposition of Cuba's treatment of political prisoners, leading one to starve to death and another to be hospitalized.

Although it's gotten so bad that the USA and Europe have attempted to intervene and force President Raul Castro to release political prisoners, the island nation's leaders are not pleased and have accused the outside politicians of blackmail!

In a nationally televised speech, Castro asserted:

"We will never give in to blackmail, from any country or group of countries, no matter how powerful."

He continued on to claim the members of the hunger strike are criminals being paid by enemy governments in an attempt to destabilize their country.

We think anyone who would be willing to lose their life fighting for a cause would have to truly believe in it, which throws out the conspiracy theory excuse Cuba's political leaders are clinging to!

We sincerely hope this issue is resolved before any one else suffers another day.

[Image via AP Images.]

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