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Cuba's ruling Communist Party has postponed its showpiece congress from December to February because of what Eastern European diplomats say is internal squabbling over President Fidel Castro's Cabinet changes. An official statement said only that because of "tense circumstances," the party decided it needed more time to prepare for the congress, which is held only once every five years.

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