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Here is a look at how NPR described Fidel Castro compared to how NPR described Shinzo Abe after his assassination.

“One of the most prominent international figures in the last half of the 20th century, Castro inspired both passionate love and hate. Many who later lost faith in him can remember how they once admired the man who needed just a dozen men to launch the Cuban Revolution.”

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And here is the tweet NPR had about Abe:

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