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Militant's case poses dilemma for US

Tug between terror war, opposition to Castro

By Indira A.R. Lakshmanan
Globe Staff / June 13, 2005

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CARACAS -- An exiled Cuban militant accused of planning the fatal bombing of a passenger jetliner goes before a Texas immigration judge today on charges of illegally entering the United States, posing a major test for the Bush administration on which comes first: the war on terrorism or the fight with Fidel Castro. (Full article: 1416 words)

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