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Trump administration to put Cuba back on terrorism list on Monday

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President Donald Trump’s administration will place Cuba back on the US list of state sponsors of terrorism on Monday, Bloomberg News, reported citing two State Department sources.

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The designation will be made on the grounds that Cuba continues to harbor American fugitives and refuses a Colombian extradition request for National Liberation Army members linked to a 2019 bombing, Bloomberg reported.

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