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Ex-Cuba Dictator Makes Appearance

Cuba's former President Fidel Castro attends the inauguration of the cultural center, Studio Kcho Romerillo, Laboratory for Art, in Havana, Cuba, late Wednesday. Castro has made his first public appearance in nine months, attending the opening of the art studio in the Cuban capital. Castro, 87, led Cuba for 48 years before falling gravely ill in July 2006 and handing over power to his brother Raul, who formally became president in January 2008. (AP Photo/Cubadebate, Estudios Revolucion)

Question: Do you believe that the United States and Cuba will normalize relations after Castro dies?


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