Marc Frank

Reuters / Financial Times

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Longest serving foreign correspondent in Cuba, he reports for Reuters and the Financial Times; author of Cuban Revelations: Behind the Scenes in Havana

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Yesterday, Pope Francis met with Cuban President Raúl Castro and former President Fidel. He said Mass in Havana's Revolution Square.

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