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February 1, 1987
Cuban dissident Ricardo Bofill left the French Embassy in Havana after taking refuge there last Aug. 27, a spokesman for the Ministry for External Relations said in Paris. Bofill, 53, left the embassy "on his own will," the spokesman said. The spokesman said contacts with the Cuban government have convinced Paris that Bofill "will not be harassed after leaving the embassy . . . ."
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March 14, 1995 | SCOTT KRAFT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Fidel Castro was treated to a trumpet-and-drum fanfare Monday at the French presidential palace, where he happily told President Francois Mitterrand over lunch that his first visit to France signaled the end of the "apartheid" imposed by the West on his island nation. The Cuban president, one of the world's last surviving Communist leaders, was embraced by many in France, where the Socialist president recently called the U.S.
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March 14, 1995 | SCOTT KRAFT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Fidel Castro was treated to a trumpet-and-drum fanfare Monday at the French presidential palace, where he happily told President Francois Mitterrand over lunch that his first visit to France signaled the end of the "apartheid" imposed by the West on his island nation. The Cuban president, one of the world's last surviving Communist leaders, was embraced by many in France, where the Socialist president recently called the U.S.
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February 1, 1987
Cuban dissident Ricardo Bofill left the French Embassy in Havana after taking refuge there last Aug. 27, a spokesman for the Ministry for External Relations said in Paris. Bofill, 53, left the embassy "on his own will," the spokesman said. The spokesman said contacts with the Cuban government have convinced Paris that Bofill "will not be harassed after leaving the embassy . . . ."
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