An image of late Cuba's President Fidel Castro hangs on the wall of the Hotel Nacional in Havana, Cuba, October 6, 2017. (REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini)
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The man forecast to replace Cuban President Raul Castro early next year rejected U.S. demands that the Communist-run country change its political and economic system.Castro, 86, has announced he will step down as president in February.Trump said in June that he would once more tighten sanctions on Cuba and seek a better deal from the country than the gradual detente achieved by predecessor Barack Obama.The United States has not blamed Cuba for the still unsolved incidents but holds it responsible for not protecting its personnel.
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