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Canadian transport minister denies seeking flight cuts

Canada's transport minister on Tuesday moved to quash rumors the government had asked airlines to cut back flights, but said authorities were working to address the long lines travelers were suffering at the nation's airports.

Cubans cheer Biden move to ease restrictions, U.S. reaction muted

Cubans in Havana on Tuesday celebrated the Biden administration's decision to ease Trump-era restrictions on remittances and travel to the island, a crack in the door that comes as its government wrestles with economic crisis and a mass exodus of its citizens to the United States.

U.S. calls for Taiwan's inclusion at upcoming WHO assembly

Taiwan should be allowed to attend a World Health Organization assembly next week, the U.S. State Department said on Tuesday, arguing the democratically governed island's exclusion at China's behest was unwarranted and a concern for global health.

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