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Cuba relaxes travel restrictions for citizens | guardian.co.uk

Cubans formed long lines outside travel agencies and migration offices in Havana on Monday as a new law took effect easing the island’s strict exit visa requirements.

The measure means the end of both real and symbolic obstacles to travel by islanders, though it is not expected to result in a mass exodus. Most Cubans are now eligible to leave with just a current passport and national identity card, like residents of other countries.

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