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U.S. Continues Surveillance of Cuba

Oct. 14, 1962 - The Cuban Government has been extremely careful in recent weeks to avoid any chance of conflict with the U.S. or sanctions by the Organization of American States. Authoritative sources in Washington report that close and occasionally provocative surveillance of Cuba has met with no resistance from Premier Fidel Castro’s Government. Nor has Havana let itself get caught at any subversive efforts against Caribbean neighbors. The Cuban armed forces are said to have gone to great lengths to avoid any brush with U.S. air and sea patrols. These patrols have been maintaining the “close surveillance” of the island promised by President Kennedy.


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