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Exxon Files Suit Over Cuban Revolution Land Grab

In a federal lawsuit filed Thursday, ExxonMobil alleged that Cuban entities have been using and profiting off of its property in Cuba, which was seized by Fidel Castro’s regime in 1960.

The lawsuit was made possible by the Trump administration’s recent decision to fully lift the suspension of a provision of a 1996 law known as the Helms-Burton Act that allows Cuban refugees to file lawsuits over property confiscated during the 1959 Cuban Revolution.

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