Fidel Castro back in view on Cuban TV

HAVANA -  Fidel Castro appeared relaxed and lucid in his most prominent television interview in years Monday, though he spoke slowly and with a raspy voice in an appearance that thrust him back in the limelight after a long time spent out of public view.
It was not immediately clear if the broadcast was live, but Castro referred to a July 5 article as having been published six days ago, which would mean the show was taped on Sunday.
Castro spent the early moments of the interview reading from writings by US linguist Noam Chomsky and others, explaining why he thinks tension in Korea could ultimately trigger a world war.