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The US implements a program to release those not deemed a threat.
US-Cuba relations are unlikely to thaw anytime soon, but change may be only a matter of time.
The State Department said Tuesday that Castro's departure won't lead to a change in policy or the lifting of the embargo.
His week-long visit will focus on humanitarian improvements.
Presidential candidates cite intent to improve US stature, but retooling policies is complicated.
Security Council members, plus Germany, agree Tuesday on the outline of a third UN resolution.
The Secretary of State paid a surprise visit Tuesday amid signs that political reconciliation is gaining some traction in Iraq.
His trip includes Israel and the Palestinian territories.
While the US State Department demands an explanation, Iran's Foreign Ministry calls the incident 'normal.'
With elections there postponed until Feb. 18, and turmoil unabated, the Bush administration evaluates its options for spurring its war-on-terror ally toward greater democracy.
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