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U.S. Charges Cubans with Spying

StorySeptember 15, 1998
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Attorneys for the United States have charged ten people with spying for the Cuban government.

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  • Wayne Smith, the first chief of the U.S. Interest section in Havana Cuba, established under the Carter Administration in lieu of an embassy.

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