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Obama to decide in 'next days' on Cuba's terror listing

Cuba's President Raul Castro (L) and US President Barack Obama at the Summit of the Americas at the ATLAPA Convention center on April 11, 2015 in Panama CityUS President Barack Obama will decide in “the next days” whether to remove Cuba from a blacklist of state sponsors of terrorism, top diplomat John Kerry said Sunday, refusing to divulge what he had recommended. Obama held historic talks on Saturday with Cuban President Raul Castro, meeting for more than an hour on the sidelines of a Panama summit as the two countries seek to bury decades of Cold War-era hostility. Cuba was first put on the list, which also includes Syria, Sudan and Iran, in 1982 for harboring ETA Basque separatist militants and Colombian FARC rebels. Secretary of State Kerry acknowledged Sunday that after a lengthy review his department has made a recommendation to the president.

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