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Castro Warns U.S. Against Plot on Chávez

resident Fidel Castro warned the United States on Saturday against plotting to kill his ally President Hugo Chávez of Venezuela. “I say to world public opinion: if they assassinate Chávez, the responsibility will fall squarely on the president of the United States, George W. Bush,” Mr. Castro said. The Cuban leader, who was the target of C.I.A. assassination plots after his 1959 revolution steered Cuba toward Communism and the Soviet Union’s sphere of influence, offered no evidence that Mr. Chávez’s life was in danger. Full Story

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