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Guantanamo Bay A Sticking Point Between U.S., Cuba Since 1903
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Guantanamo Bay A Sticking Point Between U.S., Cuba Since 1903

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Guantanamo Bay A Sticking Point Between U.S., Cuba Since 1903

Guantanamo Bay A Sticking Point Between U.S., Cuba Since 1903
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Guantanamo Bay is home to the United States' oldest overseas base. And since it was established in 1903, the base has been a bone of contention in U.S. and Cuban relations. Melissa Block talks to Vanderbilt History professor Paul Kramer.

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