CUBA REMOVED FROM AMERICA’S TERROR SPONSOR’S LIST

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The White House says President Barack Obama is removing Cuba from a list of state sponsors of terrorism, a key step in President Barack Obama’s bid to normalize relations between the two countries.The White House says on Twitter that Obama has submitted to Congress required reports and certifications indicating his intent to take Cuba off the list.

Obama made the final decision following a State Department review of Cuba’s presence on the list.

The U.S. has long since stopped actively accusing Cuba of supporting terrorism.

Cuba was one of four countries on the U.S. list of nations accused of repeatedly supporting global terrorism. The countries still on the list are Iran, Sudan and Syria.

Obama announced in December that the U.S. and Cuba were ending a half-century of hostilities.

0 thoughts on “CUBA REMOVED FROM AMERICA’S TERROR SPONSOR’S LIST

  1. Mi no too know both America a Cuba hostilities, but it sounds good what mr barrack did time fi peace now less war. Wa Gwan mr president lots a respect to you and your lovely families.

    1. I honestly don’t think Assata Shakur (Joanne) deh ah Cuba anymore…probably in another island or even reach the African continent by now. The panthers have some strong connections

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