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Carter: U.S. Had No Proof Cuba Shared Bioweapons Data
Former president Jimmy Carter speaks at the Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (CIGB) in Havana today. Seated beside President Fidel Castro, Carter said that the Bush administration had provided him with no evidence that Cuba had shared biotechnology with foes of the United States, as a U.S. official alleged last week. (Niurka Barroso - AFP)
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