Cuba split blocks Americas Summit final declaration

By REUTERS
April 15, 2012 22:40

 
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CARTAGENA, Colombia - Division over US hostility towards Communist-run Cuba prevented heads of state at the Summit of the Americas from reaching consensus for a final joint declaration, host and Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said on Sunday.

Santos was speaking at the end of the two-day meeting that drew more than 30 heads of state including US President Barack Obama.

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