Pope Benedict XVI arrives in Cuba today after a three-day visit to Mexico. It's his first time visiting both countries. During his visit to the island nation, the Pope says he hopes to build on the dialogue and cooperation ushered in by his predecessor, John Paul II – whose visit in 1998 was considered groundbreaking. How do locals feel about the current Pope's visit? And what, exactly, is the Pope's desired outcome of the visit? Sarah Rainsford, Havana correspondent for our partner the BBC, joins us from Cuba.
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