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Cuba / Castro's Health #835296

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 01, 2006
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(Little Havana in Miami: Jeffrey Kofman) The questions about the health of Cuban leader Fidel Castro featured; details given of the temporary takeover of the government by brother Raul Castro; scenes shown of a street party by Cuban-Americans in Miami. [ABC Havana Bureau's Marc FRANK†- outlines the reaction in Cuba.] [Harvard University professor Jorge DOMINGUEZ†- says this is the beginning of the possible future for Cuba.] [CUBAN-AMERICAN - wonders.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson; White House: Martha Raddatz) The American intelligence on how ill Castro may be discussed.

Gibson, Charles;
Kofman, Jeffrey;
Raddatz, Martha

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