In this April 23, 2010, photo, Cuban singer Bian Rodriguez, member of Los Aldeanos, holds a Cuban flag as they play in concert at the Acapulco Theater in Havana, Cuba. (AP Photo)
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Cuba will attend the Summit of the Americas next year for the first time in the history of the regional gathering that began in Miami two decades ago, Panama's foreign minister said Friday.Panamanian Foreign Minister Isabel de Saint Malo said Cuba and several other countries had confirmed they would attend the summit within days of receiving a formal invitation.Saint Malo was in Miami this week for a conference on Latin America organized by former U.S. president Bill Clinton.
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