Tourists ride vintage American convertibles as they pass by the United States embassy in Havana, Cuba
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What do Cubans think about Obama visit?

US President Barack Obama has confirmed he will visit Cuba in March as part of a broader trip to Latin America.

US Republicans have criticised the visit, saying it should not take place while the Castro family is in power.

But how has news of the first visit by a sitting US president since 1928 gone down among ordinary Cubans?

The BBC's Will Grant took to the streets of Old Havana to find out.

  • 19 Feb 2016
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