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Raul Castro Says New 5-Year Term Will Be His Last

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Cuban President Raul Castro has been named to a new five-year term but says this will be his last. Parliament has named as his vice president 52-year-old Miguel Diaz-Canel, the highest-ranking official who was not part of the 1959 revolution.
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