Cuba said Thursday the U.S. has placed it on a list of countries that support terrorism because it wants to create “the right conditions” to invade the communist country. Cuba is one of seven countries that remain on a U.S. State Department list of nations that sponsor terrorism. The other countries are Iran, Iraq, Libya, North Korea, Syria and Sudan, but U.S. officials say Iraq is likely to be removed now that President Saddam Hussein has been deposed. “The Cuban government energetically rejects, once again, our country’s infamous inclusion in this unilateral and illegitimate list,” the foreign ministry said in a statement published in the Communist party daily newspaper Granma. Full Story
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