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Cuba Seeking Support to End U.S. Embargo

Cuba sought fresh support from the American people and the United Nations to end the four-decade U.S. embargo on the island, and dismissed the Bush administration’s campaign to topple Fidel Castro as a failure. Cuban Foreign Minister Felipe Perez Roque said if Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry defeats President Bush in November and lifts some restrictive measures against Cuba, “that would be positive.” But only a complete end to the social and economic embargo will satisfy the Cuban government, he told The Associated Press in an interview on Thursday. Full Story

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