Fidel Castro condemned the attacks and offered whatever medical
assistance the Communist island could spare during a scheduled
television appearance late Tuesday.
'The government of our country rejects and condemns with full
force the attacks against the mentioned installations and expresses
its sincerest condolences to the American people for the painful
and unjustifiable loss of human life,' the Cuban government
said in a statement issued hours after the attacks. "
U.S. government defines terrorism as "premeditated, politically
motivated violence perpetrated against noncombatant targets
by subnational groups or clandestine agents, usually intended
to influence an audience," the report said.
continued to provide safe haven to several terrorists and U.S.
fugitives and maintained ties to state sponsors and Latin American