NBC Evening News for Saturday, Nov 23, 1991
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) The isolation of Cuba and its Communist leader Fidel Castro noted. Report introduced.
(Havana: Ed Rabel) Impact of thirty years of United States trade embargo against Cuba featured; scenes shown from Havana, Cuba, which has been left hanging as world Communism dies. [Cuban Juan GONZALEZ - comments.] [Cuban deputy foreign minister Ramon SANCHEZ-PARODI - accuses United States of asphyxiating Cuba.] Castro's ways of circumventing the embargo outlined.
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