President Obama is receiving updates on the Belgium terror bombings while on his trip to Cuba. U.S. officials believe Americans have been injured in the explosions and are trying to track down their family members. Margaret Brennan reports from Havana,
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Obama in Cuba informed of Brussels terror bombings
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