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U.S. sanctions Cuba's Castro for supporting Venezuela's Maduro, human rights violations

Reuters Thursday, 26 September 2019
The United States on Thursday imposed sanctions on Cuba's Raul Castro, along with his children, as it continues to pressure its long-time foe for supporting the government of Nicolas Maduro in Venezuela.
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The Trump administration cites his involvement in "gross human rights violations" and his support of the Venezuelan regime of Nicolas Maduro as the reason for the ban.

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