Telemundo Latin American news roundup- May 31, 2013

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The Cuban government is rejecting the United States’ decision to keep Cuba on the list of state sponsors of terrorism. They say the decision is a move to justify the continuation of the U.S. embargo against Cuba. A seriously ill Salvadoran woman will be allowed to have a premature C-section in order to save her life. El Salvador’s Health Minister approved the C-section after the Supreme Court denied her an abortion. Dozens of people demonstrated outside a Mexico City bar after eleven young people were kidnapped from the building on Sunday. The protesters, many of them relatives of victims, were angry at what they believe is a lack of information from the police. Dissident Cuban blogger Yoani Sanchez has returned home to Havana after an 80 day world tour where she openly criticized the Cuban government. She was greeted by family, friends and supporters upon her arrival.

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