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Castro told lawmakers Thursday, "When the [new] National Assembly is constituted next April 19, my second and last term will have concluded."
Raul Castro will continue to serve as Cuba's president for a little longer than expected, thanks to Hurricane Irma.
According to The Associated Press, Castro told lawmakers Thursday, "When the [new] National Assembly is constituted next April 19, my second and last term will have concluded at the head of the state and the government and Cuba will have a new president."
Castro previously said he would step down from his position in February.
But Cuba's Parliament announced earlier Thursday it voted to extend the current legislative term from February to April due to widespread damage from Irma, which hit the country back in September.
Castro has been Cuba's leader since 2006. Many have speculated Vice President Miguel Díaz-Canel will take his place.
Journalist José Jaime Maussan presented two boxes with supposed mummies found in Peru, which he and others say are “non-human" beings.
The sweeping decision comes amid a trend in Latin America, loosening restrictions on abortion even as access has been limited in the United States.
A video shows a wing detach from the aircraft, sending the plane spiraling.
The weekly average rate on a 30-year mortgage has remained above 7% since mid August and is now at the highest level since mid-December 2000.
None of the bills the House of Representatives voted on Thursday would make meaningful progress toward clearing the budget impasse.
Prosecutors said Florida residents, along with individuals from other states, were charged in a scheme to sell fraudulent nursing degree diplomas.