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US gives Cuba an upgrade in its human trafficking report

Workers at the US Department of State in Washington add the Cuban flag to the display of flags inside the main entrance on July 20, 2015The United States recognized Cuba’s efforts to combat forced sexual servitude, giving it better marks Monday on its annual report on human trafficking. Cuba, which restored full diplomatic relations with Washington last week, was removed from the US blacklist because of improvements in Havana’s response to and investigations of sex trafficking, said Sarah Sewall, under secretary of state for human rights.

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