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Angry Cuba demands removal from U.S. terrorism list

• Reuters
Cuba angrily rejected on Friday U.S. accusations that it supports terrorist groups and demanded its removal from a U.S. list of "state sponsors of terrorism."

In the communist-led island's latest public criticism of the Obama administration, Cuba's government issued a statement disputing U.S. charges that it backs Basque and Colombian groups engaged in terrorist activities and that it illegally harbors fugitives from U.S. justice.

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Comment by Lola Flores
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 The Cuban government should have presented only one proof in its defense:  Luis Posada Carriles.