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Anyway ,who cares about American citizens in Cuba? Maybe it's even better they stay out of there....203.160.1.43 23:56, 20 July 2008 (EDT)

I actually love Cuba and its people and my aunt is Cuban; technically I am 'from the united states' but I have no allegiance to it.... And I am shortly going to pursue UK/European citizenship. Why bash those of us so-called "Americans" who need this information? My god, some people just have no sense or class! Thank you for this great sub-article, to whoever wrote it. 69.204.255.34 21:13, 30 December 2009 (EST)

US Overflights[edit]

Since 2008, all Canada-international flights passing through US airspace, such as flights from Toronto to Cuba - have to provide passenger lists to US authorities. I'm trying to find out if any Americans have ever been nabbed for violating the embargo based on these flyover records. I'm trying to arrange for an American friend to join me on a bike trip to Cuba, and it's easier for them to drive to Vancouver and fly than to fly to Mexico and change planes (thus paying twice for their bike), but seems riskier in potentially generating a paper trail of their trip.

Neil 15:13, 22 January 2011 (EST)

travel[edit]

I flew in May from Toronto and had no problems

Knights of Columbus banned?[edit]

The article says the Knights of Columbus are banned in Cuba, but Wikipedia[1] says they are chartered in Cuba amongst other countries and I can't find anything about this ban elsewhere. Can anyone verify this? Hypertall 21:46, 10 September 2011 (EDT)

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