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Obama Answers Questions from Cuban Blogger

El Nuevo Herald, Posted: Nov 19, 2009

MIAMI -- Well-known Cuban dissident blogger Yoani Snchez posted an interview with President Barack Obama on Thursday, reports El Nuevo Herald. In his written responses to her questions, Obama praised Sanchez for helping those outside Cuba understand what life is like on the island. He affirmed that the United States has no intention of taking military action against Cuba, and said that a thaw in U.S.-Cuban relations would require action by the Cuban government. Obama answered the questions in English. His office provided a Spanish translation. Sanchezs blog, "Generacion Y," has gained notoriety for its criticism of the Cuban government and is blocked on the island.


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