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Burying Castro; engaging Cuba

It is yet to be seen if Trump will prove to be the business-like president he promised to be, or will he reverse the US-Cuba relationship back to the Cold War era
Wednesday, November 30, 2016 - 05:50

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"Fidel" was admired by many left-wing activists in Europe and North America, including quite a few Hollywood celebrities who regarded him as a symbol of the struggle against American imperialism worldwide.

Washington

THE death of Cuba's Fidel Castro has sparked another of those nasty Twitter wars that have become so common in our new digital age, as we enter the Age of Trump when America's Commander-in-Chief also happens to be its Tweeter-in-Chief.

 Leading the offensive on Twitter

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