US President Donald Trump moved to roll back some of his predecessor’s policy of reopening relations with Cuba, but Trump will keep the air services pact in place that allows commercial flights between the two countries. However, Trump said the US government will “strictly” enforce the ban on US tourism in Cuba. In particular, “people-to-people” travel—which allowed individuals to travel to Cuba on approved trips—will be eliminated. Nine US ...

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