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The U.S. government made it tougher on Wednesday for Americans to book trips to and do business with Cuba, making good on a pledge by President Donald Trump to roll back his Democratic predecessor’s move toward warmer ties with Havana.

The restrictions, which take effect on Thursday, are aimed at preventing the military, intelligence and security arms of Cuba’s communist government from benefiting from American tourists and trade, the White House said.

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