Decades of skullduggery on both sides at U.S. embassy in Cuba

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By Daniel Trotta HAVANA (Reuters) - The seven-story building on Havana's famed "Malecon" seafront has for decades been a flashpoint in the Cold War's most enduring rivalry. Spy games and dirty tricks have been directed by and against the U.S. officials working inside the beige structure, which is nondescript architecturally but among the most famous in Havana. Cuba's Communist government regularly organized protests outside and once tried to seize the building to turn it into the fishing ministry.