WASHINGTON President Barack Obama will visit Cuba in the coming weeks, a senior administration official said on Wednesday, making a historic trip in the final year of his presidency that will mark a turning point in U.S. relations with a long-time Cold War foe.
The White House plans to announce the visit on Thursday. The Cuba stop will be part of a broader trip to Latin America.
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