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Suspect Stirs Memories of Attack in Cuba

In the decades since terrorists blew up a Cuban airliner over the Caribbean Sea, Carlos Cremata has alternated between sadness, anger and even hope that his father had somehow survived. Eventually he came to terms with his hatred of the attackers. Now all the old feelings are rushing back as Luis Posada Carriles, the man Cuba accuses of masterminding the 1976 bombing that killed 73 people, including Cremata’s father, seeks asylum in the United States. The Cuban-born Posada, who left the island after the 1959 revolution and has spent much of his life trying to overthrow President Fidel Castro, sneaked across the Mexican border in March to request asylum, according to his lawyer, Eduardo Soto. Full Story

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