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Cuban Missile Crisis the sequel? Russia urged to reopen old Soviet military base near Havana amid US tensions

Tensions between Russia and the US could be ramped up further if Vladimir Putin agrees to reopen the old Soviet-era military base in Cuba.

The base in question, near Havana, was opened in 1962, in response to American ballistic missile deployment in Italy and Turkey.

It sparked the Cuban Missile Crisis, considered to be the closest the Cold War came to escalating into full-scale nuclear war.

The base was closed in 2002, but now, two of President Putin's key parliamentary allies are urging him to reopen the unit, just a few hundred miles from the Florida coastline.

Their calls come after the American placing of US missile defence systems close to Russia's borders.

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Bingo! I did say that Trump's reversal of normalization of relations with Cuba would lead to this result.

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Bingo! I did say that Trump's reversal of normalization of relations with Cuba would lead to this result.

(*well now wait a minuet . it wasn't President Trump . It was The Deep State ! )

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