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Castro slams US terrorism charge

Cuban President Fidel Castro charged on Monday that the U.S. characterization of his country as a terrorist nation was cynical and shameless as Washington had harbored violence-prone Cuban exiles for decades. The State Department, in its annual terrorism report released last week, once more included Cuba as one of six terrorist nations, along with North Korea, Iran, Libya, Syria and Sudan. “The Department of State has in a cynical and shameless fashion accused Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez of friendliness toward terrorism and Cuba of being a terrorist country,” Castro said during a more than four-hour May Day speech. Full Story

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