April 16, 2014
Christopher Sabatini and Alana Tummino, The Hill
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) has been battered this week with news and accusations that it carried out a covert program to establish a Twitter-like service in Cuba. The program ultimately failed, costing hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars and, allegedly, violated Cuban law.
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