A state security officer, in yellow, instructs journalists to stop making pictures of Joshua Hakken's blue sailboat, Salty, docked at the Hemingway Marina, in Havana, Cuba, Tuesday, April 9, 2013. Hakken and his wife Sharyn, who had lost custody of their two young boys, allegedly kidnapped them from Sharyn's parents and fled by boat to Havana. A foreign ministry official told The Associated Press in a written statement Tuesday that Cuba had informed U.S. authorities of the country's decision to turn over Hakken, his wife and their two young boys. She did not say when the handover would occur. (AP Photo/Peter Orsi)

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A state security officer, in yellow, instructs journalists to stop making pictures of Joshua Hakken's blue sailboat, Salty, docked at the Hemingway Marina, in Havana, Cuba, Tuesday, April 9, 2013. Hakken and his wife Sharyn, who had lost custody of their two young boys, allegedly kidnapped them from Sharyn's parents and fled by boat to Havana. A foreign ministry official told The Associated Press in a written statement Tuesday that Cuba had informed U.S. authorities of the country's decision to turn over Hakken, his wife and their two young boys. She did not say when the handover would occur. (AP Photo/Peter Orsi)
A state security officer, in yellow, instructs journalists to stop making pictures of Joshua Hakken's blue sailboat, Salty, docked at the Hemingway Marina, in Havana, Cuba, Tuesday, April 9, 2013. Hakken and his wife Sharyn, who had lost custody of their two young boys, allegedly kidnapped them from Sharyn's parents and fled by boat to Havana. A foreign ministry official told The Associated Press in a written statement Tuesday that Cuba had informed U.S. authorities of the country's decision to turn over Hakken, his wife and their two young boys. She did not say when the handover would occur. (AP Photo/Peter Orsi)
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