The Chicago Tribune, 29 March 2012
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29 mars 2012
Philip Pullella and Jeff Franks
(Reuters) - Pope Benedict called for an end to the U.S. trade embargo against Cuba and met with revolutionary icon Fidel Castro
on Wednesday as he ended a trip in which he urged the communist island to change.
He also spoke at a public Mass in Havana's sprawling Revolution Square where the Vatican
said 300,000 people gathered to hear the 84-year-old pontiff.
In a trip laced with calls for change in Cuba, his last message was aimed at the United States, its longtime ideological foe, which for 50 years has imposed a trade embargo trying to topple the Caribbean island's
communist government.Read on...