5 edition of Cuban support for terrorism and insurgency in the Western Hemisphere found in the catalog.
Caption titleMarch 1982--P. 3
|Statement||U.S. Dept. of State, Bureau of Public Affairs, Office of Public Communication, Editorial Division|
|Publishers||U.S. Dept. of State, Bureau of Public Affairs, Office of Public Communication, Editorial Division|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||70|
|2||Current policy -- no. 376|
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Ironically, at the time Castro opp o sed terrorism; once inpower, this changed 2 The" Guevara's Failure. Though Cuba has not officially been classed as a state sponsor of terrorism, it has beenallegedly because it is not fully cooperating on counterterrorism.
The designation results in restrictions on U. citizens from visiting the island on cruise ships and other travel. Perhaps of more direct significance'for America n s, the study also found that of 1271 international terrorist attacks on U. In subsequent removal proceedings, an immigration judge found that Posada could not be removed to Cuba or Venezuela because of concerns that he would face torture, and he was thereafter permitted to remain in the United States pending such time as he could be transferred to a different country.
-owned companies in Costa Rica. Their fundamentalist belief in thefoco, of action first and political work a poor second, was profoundly shaken when Castro's close associate The" Guevara made his quixotic stab at guerrilla warfare in Bolivia in 19 67.
Cuban involvement with FALN has been mentioned, but other terrorists have received aid from the Castro regime as well. Iran views Syria as a crucial causeway in its weapons supply route to Hezbollah, its primary beneficiary. The New York Times, Aug 13, 1990. One of the two men had been spotted in India, Georgia, and Thailand, all of which were sites of a simultaneous bombing campaign in February 2012, according to Israeli intelligence.
46; Information Digest, August 24 1979, p.
available for its supporters in Panama.