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Fidel Castro: Canadian PM Justin Trudeau defends his remarks after Twitter backlash

Firstpost Monday, 28 November 2016
While Cuban leader Fidel Castro passed away, Twitterati lashed out on an otherwise social media favourite, Justin Trudeau.

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