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US asks court to hold alleged Cuban airline bomber

The U.S. Justice Department filed objections on Thursday to a U.S. court’s proposal to free an anti-Castro militant accused of bombing a Cuban airliner in 1976, killing 73 people. The U.S. government had until Thursday to respond to Magistrate Norbert Garney’s finding last month that Luis Posada Carriles, 79, a naturalized Venezuelan originally from Cuba, must be freed because the United States has not labeled him a terrorist and has not been able to find a friendly country to take him. Full Story

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