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Monday, June 12, 2006

 
Lights Out

Breitbart reports the latest story in US-Cuba relations:

The United States said the Cuban government had cut off electricity to its diplomatic mission in Havana, accusing it of engaging in "bullying tactics."

"On Monday, June 5, at approximately 3:00 am, electricity to the main building of the US interests section in Havana was cut off," State Department spokesman Sean McCormack told a press conference.

"The US interests section building is the only building in the neighborhood without electricity," he said, adding: "I wonder how that happened."

Or why that happened:

Cuban President Fidel Castro has been irked by a huge electronic billboard on the US mission's facade, which runs messages promoting democracy and human rights.




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