China Wants to Set Up a Spying Post in Cuba

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An old American car passes by the U.S. Embassy in Havana on May 26. Welcome back to World Brief, where we’re looking at China ’s effort to establish a spying post in Cuba , former U.S. President Donald Trump’s indictment, and the start of Ukraine ’s counteroffensive against Russia .

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