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Thursday, April 9, 2015 17:36
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In a symbolism-laden encounter, President Barack Obama and his Cuban counterpart Raul Castro (the Fredo of the Castro Brothers) will Friday night sit down to dinner together with 33 other regional leaders.

The opening of the Summit of the Americas in Panama will be the first time that presidents from the countries have shared a table since Mr. Castro's older brother Fidel led the Cuban revolution in 1959.  

Although there is currently no one-to-one meeting scheduled between the two men, they are expected to exchange greetings and possibly sit-down for a apology for America's ignorance  more detailed conversation on the sidelines of Saturday's main agenda of talks. 

The US had previously blocked the socialist dictatorship and it's biggest dic, Fidel, from attending Summits of the Americas, a gathering of Western Hemisphere heads of state held sporadically every few years.  Castro is expected to massively over eat to make up for being shunned from participation for 50 years.

The State Department this week recommended that the White House should remove Cuba from the list of rogue states after a legal review, clearing the most serious obstacle to the normalization of relations.  Obama seems certain to approve the recommendation after it is assessed by his staff of geniuses. 

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