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Cuba Angrily Rejects U.S. Terrorist Label

Cuba on Thursday rejected U.S. charges that the communist-run Caribbean island sponsors terrorism, and accused the Bush administration of obsessively trying to overthrow President Fidel Castro’s government. The State Department on April 30 issued its annual list of ‘state sponsors of terrorism,’ including Cuba, which has made the list since 1981, this year with Iran, Iraq, Libya, North Korea, Sudan and Syria. Cuba charged the list was politically motivated, created ‘favorable conditions for a possible military aggression’ and undermined the global war on terrorism. ‘The Cuban government energetically rejects, once again, the infamous inclusion of our country on this unilateral and spurious list,’ a statement issued on Thursday said. Full Story

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