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Obama's Cuba Visit Raises Concerns About Guantanamo Bay's Future

Occupied by Americans for more than a century and coveted far longer, Cuba's Guantanamo Bay has seen a series of rationales for its being the longest held U.S. military base abroad. As President Obama visits Havana, some fear it won't be long before Cuba controls that outpost for the first time ever. Others say it's about time that happened.

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