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Cuba to be dropped from US terror blacklist

President Barack Obama (R) shakes hands with Cuba's President Raul Castro during their meeting on the sidelines of the Summit of the Americas, in Panama City, on April 11, 2015Cuba hailed US President Barack Obama’s move to drop the Caribbean country from a list of state sponsors of terror, a landmark step paving the way toward restoring ties frozen for five decades. Obama notified Congress on Tuesday of his “intent to rescind” Cuba’s inclusion on the blacklist, after a lengthy review launched late last year as Washington openly began a rapprochement with its Cold War foe. Otherwise, it will go ahead, removing a key hurdle to renewing US diplomatic relations with the communist authorities in Cuba. Cuba said it should never have been on the list.

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