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This television image provided by Cubavision shows Cuba's former president Fidel Castro speaking during an interview in Havana, Monday, July 12, 2010 on the "Mesa Redonda" or "Round Table," a daily Cuban talk show on current events. It was a rare appearance for Castro, who has stayed largely out of the public eye since a serious illness four years ago forced him from power. (AP Photo/APTN via Cubavision)
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This television image provided by Cubavision shows Cuba's former president Fidel Castro speaking during an interview in Havana, Monday, July 12, 2010 on the "Mesa Redonda" or "Round Table," a daily Cuban talk show on current events. It was a rare appearance for Castro, who has stayed largely out of the public eye since a serious illness four years ago forced him from power. (AP Photo/APTN via Cubavision)

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