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U.S. Cuban 'Twitter' was part of bigger plan

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An AP investigation reveals that USAID, which set up a Cuban Twitter-like social media network, also ran an HIV clinic in Cuba as a front to recruit potential political activists against the Communist regime. (Aug. 4) Video provided by AP


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