Cuban village holds annual Hemingway fishing carnival


Communist run Cuba's relations with the United States may have improved a little since President Obama arrived at the White House but overall there remains considerable hostility between the cold war foes.

However, there is one American who Cubans still adore, the writer Ernest Hemingway, and every year a fishing village near Havana holds a carnival and fishing tournament in his honour.

Michael Voss reports from Havana

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